HOUSE OF THE DAY: Eccentric Billionaire David Murdock Is Selling Bel Air Mansion ~$30 Million

Take A Look….Is It worth the Price or Overpriced…You decide !

1.6 Acre and The Home is Over 12,300 Sq Ft.

The 90-year-old CEO of Dole Food Company David Murdock is selling  his gorgeous estate overlooking Los Angeles for $30 million The American colonial revival was first built in 1927 and designed by  architect Gordon B. Kaufman, who also did the Hoover Dam, the Los Angeles Times  building, and the famous Greystone Mansion in Beverly Hills. Murdock purchased the property in early 2001 for $10 million from Italian fashion designer  Mossimo Giannulli Welcome to the $30 million mansion David Murdock is currently selling in Bel Air.ed for  Elle Decor back in 2000. Outside of the main home, there’s a separate guest house, pool house, garage,  and what the listing calls a “tropical greenhouse.” Swanky.The eccentric, self-made billionaire and high school dropout is currently worth $2.4 billion, according to Forbes, and is the 235th richest person in America. He’s on a mission to live until age 125, and sold most of the Hawaiian island of Lanai to Larry Ellison for an  estimated $600 million last year

Murdock bought the home in 2001 for a cool $10 million.

The home was photographed for Elle Decor in 2000 by former owners fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli and actress Lori Loughlin.

It sits on 1.6 acres of impeccably manicured land, and has stone paths running across the property.

The infinity pool in the backyard is a stunning aspect of the home.

Who wouldn't want to go for a swim here?

Inside, Murdock's mansion has 14-foot ceilings, servants' quarters, and a formal dining room.

There's also a separate guest house, pool house, garage, and "tropical greenhouse" on the estate.

Altogether, the home is a whopping 12,435 square feet. There's even a large terrace with outdoor fireplace.

And you can't beat this view of LA.


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