‘Shahs of Sunset’ Star Lilly Ghalichi Lists Bel Air Estate for $32 Million
The Mediterranean-style house was once home to auto mogul Lee Iacocca
Lilly Ghalichi, star of Bravo’s reality TV series “Shahs of Sunset” and her husband, Dara Mir, have listed their estate in the Bel Air neighborhood of Los Angeles for $32 million.
Lilly Ghalichi, star of Bravo’s reality TV series “Shahs of Sunset” and her husband, Dara Mir, have listed their estate in the Bel Air neighborhood of Los Angeles for $32 million, a hefty hike from what they paid for it two years ago.
The couple bought the property from the estate of Lee Iacocca in April 2020 for $19.5 million, property records show. Iacocca, who died in 2019 at age 94, was an automobile executive best known for rolling out the Ford Mustang and Ford Pinto in the 1960s and reviving the Chrysler Corp. as its CEO during the 1980s.
The 1.18-acre estate is gated and surrounded by mature landscape. Outdoors, there are manicured gardens, a swimming pool with a spa, a tennis court and space for parking, according to the listing with Tyrone McKillen and Andrew Hurley of Compass.
The agents listed the property last week.
Dara Mir and Lilly Ghalichi at the estate
Courtesy of Dara Mir
“One of the best selling features, in my personal perspective, is how private and serene the property is,” Mr. Hurley said. “It is on the quietest part of Chalon Road and in such close proximity to Hotel Bel Air that you have your own spa and chef right next door.”
The Mediterranean-style house has 10,692 square feet of living space with six bedrooms, six full bathrooms and two powder rooms, a grand foyer with double-height ceilings, a wood-paneled den and a formal dining room.
The couple did a major remodel/renovation on the home following the purchase, including a brand new chef’s kitchen with state-of-the-art appliances and a smart home system, according to Mr. Mir, 41, CEO of 9to5 Seating, which specializes in the design and production of office seating.
Additionally, all flooring, case-work, bathrooms, light fixtures, interior and exteriors walls throughout the home were updated, he said.
“Mr Iacocca had lived in the home for over 25 years, therefore we upgraded everything,” Mr. Mir said.
Iacocca had owned the property since the early 1990s, property records show. He had hosted a slew of Hollywood A-listers including Frank Sinatra, Priscilla Presley, Ronald Reagan, Barbara Davis, Betty White, and Bob and Dolores Hope, the listing said.
Ms. Ghalichi, 39, an attorney and owner of a beauty brand called Lilly Lashes, was one of the six Perisan Americans who starred in the “Shahs of Sunset.” The show was canceled in April after nine seasons.
Earlier this year, Ms. Ghalichi announced via Instagram that she and her husband are expecting their second child.