Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and his partner Lauren Sánchez stand for photographs in front of the Taj Mahal in Agra, India, Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2020. (AP Photo/Pawan Sharma)

Amazon Chief Executive Officer Jeff Bezos has completed an overwhelming consolidated real estate transaction, plopping down a whopping $255 million on 2 Los Angeles manors, consisting of the legendary Detector Estate and the estate of late Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen.

Bezos, the world's wealthiest man with a lot of money over $120 billion, purchased the mega-mansions for $165 million and $90 million, respectively. The Warner manor, which remains in the 90210 zip code, was formerly owned by American movie manufacturer and song director David Geffen. Geffen reportedly paid $47.5 million for the residential or commercial property in 1990, according to The Wall Street Journal, which initially reported the information.


The mixed purchases make up approximately 0.2 percent of Bezos's net worth.

The 9-acre estate-- surrounded by tall bushes and a gate-- was originally constructed in the 1920s for Jack Detector, founder and also a former president of Warner Bros. The Hollywood mogul wound up broadening the estate with numerous bordering properties, Architectural Digest reported. It was supposedly the website of many star-studded celebrations from the 1930s through '60s.

At the time, the home was 13,600 square feet. There are also two bed and breakfast on the property, a tennis court and its own 9-hole fairway.

The $165 million price tag strongly goes beyond the $150 million sales of the Chartwell Estate in Bel-Air, notoriously included in the debts of "The Beverly Hillbillies." The Chartwell Estate was bought in December by Lachlan Murdoch, FOX Exec Chairman and also Chief Executive Officer as well as co-chairman of News Corp. Fox News is a division of FOX Corp

. Along with the Warner estate, which was not provided by an MLS (multiple listing service), Bezos purchased a substance formerly owned by Allen. This residential or commercial property is simply 1.7 miles far from his various other acquisitions, according to Selection.

Allen acquired the 120-acre estate in 1997 for $20 million and also invested millions extra renovating it, Variety included. It consists of a one-mile lengthy driveway and 2 gated entries, among other features. Following his fatality in 2018, Allen's family originally placed the building up for sale for $150 million, just to, later on, cut the price to $110 million, Selection added.


The Hollywood-centric information electrical outlet noted that Bezos and his partner, former TV news anchor Lauren Sanchez, had been trying to find residential or commercial properties in the location for rather some time.

The combined acquisition price of $255 million surpasses the $238 million that hedge fund executive Ken Griffin spent on a Manhattan penthouse. Griffin's acquisition was one of the most pricey homes ever marketed in the UNITED STATE, Fox Organisation formerly reported.

Bezos, that settled his divorce from his ex-wife MacKenzie, is no stranger to large property purchases.

He recently purchased a Washington D.C.-based mansion that includes 25 bathrooms, 1,006 lighting fixtures, 2 elevators, a ballroom and also 287 fire-alarm sprinklers. Bezos built up more than $16,000 worth of parking tickets while remodeling the manor, Fox News reported previously this month.