Former “Shahs of Sunset” star Lilly Ghalichi has made severe financial institution off the sale of her Los Angeles home — and it spent simply a number of weeks available on the market.

Ghalichi, who hails from Texas, and her husband Dara Mir listed the gated property in Bel-Air for $32 million on the finish of April, in keeping with Mansion Global. The unfold entered contract in a month and closed this week for $27.7 million, the outlet added.

The pair bought the home in April 2020 for $19.5 million — a superb chunk beneath the $26 million it requested for sale starting earlier that yr.

Also in April of this yr, Bravo axed “Shahs of Sunset” after 9 seasons as a result of it had change into “too costly” to make. (Ghalichi, nonetheless, hadn’t appeared on the sequence for a while.)

Ghalichi and her husband bought the home for $19.5 million in 2020.
Ghalichi and her husband purchased the home for $19.5 million in 2020.
The home, located in Bel-Air, comes renovated and with good outdoor perks, such as a tennis court and a pool.
The home, situated in Bel-Air, comes renovated and with good outside perks, reminiscent of a tennis court docket and a pool.
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Ghalichi is an legal professional and an entrepreneur who owns the Lilly Lashes magnificence model. Mir is the CEO of 9to5 Seating, which designs and produces workplace seating.

During their possession, Ghalichi and Mir renovated the home. The work included the addition of a brand new kitchen, the set up of a wise home system — in addition to updating all of the flooring, lighting fixtures and loos. The itemizing notes the six-bedroom, eight-bathroom residence has a lobby with double-height ceilings, formal and informal eating rooms, a wood-paneled den and a master bedroom with its personal residing space.

The grounds moreover embrace a pool, a spa and a tennis court docket. The property runs a complete of practically 1.2 acres.

The unfold beforehand belonged to vehicle government Lee Iacocca, who was recognized for the event of the Ford Mustang and the Ford Pinto whereas working at Ford, in addition to for reviving Chrysler within the Eighties as its CEO. He handed away in July 2019 at age 94; Ghalichi and Mir bought the home from his property.

Tyrone McKillen and Andrew Hurley, of Compass, had the itemizing.

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