To start, the home has 10 bedrooms and 14 bathrooms in 48,000 square feet, all sitting on 2.2 prime Bel-Air acres. The home has an all-steel construction with an imported Jerusalem stone exterior. The main level includes a reception hall, formal living and dining rooms, an informal dining room, a family room with a bar lounge, a music room, a library, the main kitchen, a butler's pantry and a staff bedroom and office.
The lower level is where the larger parties take place. There's a 5,000-bottle wine cellar and tasting room, a grand ballroom that seats up to 250, a commercial kitchen, a screening room, a gym, a Moroccan room, a Turkish hammam and a game room.
The master bedroom suit is on the upper level, which includes a sitting room, a powder room, his and hers bathrooms and dressing rooms, three family bedroom suites plus a second master suite with its own lanai and a small gym.
There are staff quarters over the garage and an open motor court for 20 vehicles, plus garage facilities to accommodate two limousine-length vehicles.
The park-like grounds include a swan pond, fountains, rose gardens, a 70-foot infinity pool, a 12-person spa, an alfresco dining area, an outdoor kitchen with pizza oven, fireplaces and courtyard dining for 100 guests. There are 19 fireplaces in all, an elevator and commercial-grade utility and entertainment systems throughout the house.
Hadid designed, built and decorated the main residence himself. He developed Ritz-Carlton hotels in New York, Houston, Washington, D.C., and Aspen, Colo., and has built commercial and residential developments and high-end custom homes in Beverly Hills, Aspen and Mexico throughout his 30-year career.
Joyce Rey and Stacy Gottula, Coldwell Banker Beverly Hills, share the listing. Rey is also the listing agent on Fleur de Lys, the 5-acre Bel-Air estate that is Los Angeles' highest-priced listing at $125 million.