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Photos: Son of Afghanistan’s former Minister of Defense buys $20.9 million California mansion

James McClain | Diversity

He already owns a $ 5.2 million Miami Beach condo in the upscale St. Regis Bal Harbor resort, but Daud Wardak apparently wants to have an outpost on the West Coast as well. To that end, he heads to Beverly Hills – records show that the half-tasked businessman, who is the son of former Afghan Defense Minister Abdul Rahim Wardak, bought a $ 20.9 million mansion on the main street of Troughsdale Estates.

Built this year, brand new and designed by local architecture firm Woods + Dangaran, the nearly 9,000-square-foot home has been described in an OTC listing as a blend of “modern and mid-century.” The 0.58-acre property was last sold in 2016 for $ 9.5 million to the Woodbridge Group, a now defunct Ponzi scheme; Woodbridge demolished the original home on the site, and the new building was sold to Wardak on behalf of Woodbridge’s bankruptcy proceedings by Viewpoint Collection, a leading developer of luxury homes in Los Angeles.

The new home replaces a smaller but seductively lush mid-century 1960s modern home long owned by Sally Herschberger, the Kansas heiress who became the infamous “star stylist” from Los Angeles. During her tenure, Hershberger leased the property to Candice Nelson, founder of Sprinkles Cupcakes and Pizzana food chains, and in 2013 sold it for $ 6.9 million to a Florida businessman.

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