Son of Afghanistan’s former defense minister buys $20.9 million luxury mansion in Beverly Hills, California
It is pertinent to note that the son of Afghanistan's former defense minister already owns a $5.2 million Miami Beach condominium at the St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort in the U.S. state of Florida.
In some unusual developments, the son of Afghanistan’s former defense minister has bought a luxurious mansion in one of the most sought-after neighborhoods of the U.S. state of California.
According to details, Daoud Wardak, the son of the former Afghan Minister of Defense Abdul Rahim Wardak, has bought the Carla Ridge Residence located in the famed Trousdale Estates neighborhood in Beverly Hills. The mansion is worth a whopping $20.9 million.
It is pertinent to note that Wardak already owns a $5.2 million Miami Beach condominium at the St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort in the U.S. state of Florida.
Details about the house
Wardak’s new mansion in Beverly Hills is around 9,800 square feet long and is known for its ‘modern meet midcentury’ design. It was designed by the famous architecture firm Woods + Dangaran.
The mansion has five bedrooms, seven washrooms, class-A glassy walls, and a breathtaking view of the Downtown Los Angeles (LA) Skyline.
It is pertinent to note that several renowned people have called this mansion home in the past.
This includes musicians Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, and Ringo Starr, U.S. presidents Dwight Eisenhower and Richard Nixon, business moguls Jeffrey Katzenberg (co-founder of DreamWorks) and Garrett Camp (co-founder of Uber), and fashion designer Vera Wang.
Details about Daoud Wardak
Daoud Wardak was born in Afghanistan in 1977 and is the youngest son of the former Afghan Minister of Defense Abdul Rahim Wardak.
He is believed to be the president of the AD Capital Group, a Miami-based firm.
According to reports, Daoud’s older brother, Hameed Wardak, is also a successful businessperson who runs the military transportation company NCL Holdings.
This company is based in the U.S. state of Virginia but operates mainly in war-torn Afghanistan.
NCL Holdings used to secure lucrative U.S. government contracts to protect American supply routes in the war-torn nation.
These contracts with the American government were worth a whopping $360 million.
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