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Bel-Air home sale eclipses previous year-to-date price record

June 10, 2010 |  5:34 pm

Records are made to be broken. Colorado has enjoyed the national limelight since the end of April when the Boot Jack Ranch was sold for more than $46.5 million.

Now the Bel-Air residence of designer-developer Mohamed Hadid has sold for more. How much more isn't being disclosed, but he would allow that it went for between $50 million and the asking price of $72 million. It could be a month or more before the dollar amount is available through public records.

For the money, the limited liability corporation that bought the 48,000-square-foot French-inspired chateau on 2.2 acres gets  a grand ballroom and a 5,000-bottle wine cellar, among other amenities.

-- Lauren Beale

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