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Pascal Mouawad’s 9,300 sq ft Bel Air mansion up for sale

Listed at a price of US$15.75 million (RM66.6 million), famous jeweller Pascal Mouawad’s (pictured) sizeable mansion situated in Bel Air is up in the market.

Pascal is one of the co-guardians of international luxury jewellery and watches company Mouawad, which owns one of the world’s most dazzling gem collections, including Dynasty, a 51.12-carat Russian diamond that is worth close to US$10 million.

Under Pascal’s guidance, Mouawad’s US division has emerged as a creative haven for artists and celebrities looking for designer jewellery backed by the tradition, quality and heritage of the Mouawad brand.

Supermodel Heidi Klum was the first celebrity to put her individual stamp on the Mouawad name. The collection was met with incredible success, leading Klum to be named “Fashion Influencer of the Year” by The Accessories Council for her contribution as a designer.

Notable celebrities who have been spotted wearing Mouawad’s jewellery include Elizabeth Taylor and Britney Spears, while he has also produced eight gemstone-encrusted Fantasy Bras for the Victoria’s Secret Runway Show.

Additionally, he has also collaborated with the Kardashian-Jenner clan where he produced jewellery lines for Kim Kardashian’s Belle Noel and Metal Haven, teen and tween accessories by Kendall and Kylie Jenner. 

To no one’s surprise, Pascal’s multi-million dollar mansion is as glamorous as his jewellery designs with clean lines, white walls and glass.

This mansion was built in 2010 and was remodelled in 2014 to incorporate the latest technology and building materials to exude its lavish contemporary design.

The mansion prides itself for its open-floor concept and high ceiling throughout the copious 9,300 sq ft house with a 23ft grand foyer ceiling. A remote-controlled disappearing glass wall creates a seamless link between the outdoor living room and the indoor grand room, further accentuating the abundance of space.

The mansion comprises six bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, a grand family room that connects to the kitchen with a breakfast nook that accommodates up to 10 people, a home theatre, an office, a fireplace, a vacuum elevator to transport residents and guests to the second floor, glass-lined staircases, a dual walk-in closet with a floor-to-ceiling mirror, a fitness centre, an oversized three-car garage and 10-car gated motor court. It seems as if the mansion will never run out of space.  

At the backyard, one can enjoy a breathtaking view of the Californian canyon and mountain top while having a swim in its 70ft quartz infinity pool or while savouring a barbecue party with a gas fire pit provided.

The mansion is gated with tall trees around its compound, providing the ultimate privacy for the enjoyment of its residents.

Bel Air is an exclusive neighbourhood on the foothills of Santa Monica and is part of the “Platinum Triangle” which includes Los Angeles’ most exclusive and expensive neighbourhoods: the Beverly Hills and Holmby Hills. Naturally, it is a residential haven for celebrities where one could occasionally run into some of the big names in the entertainment industry like Beyonce, Jennifer Lopez and Michael Bay.   

This story first appeared in the EdgeProp.my E-weekly on Aug 20, 2021. You can access back issues here.

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