Daoud Wardak, son of former Afghan Minister of Defense Abdul Rahim Wardak, recently purchased a 9,000-square-foot super luxury house in Beverly Hills’ prime Trousdale Estates.
The property was built all-new this year and designed by local architecture firm Woods + Dangaran. The house was described as a fusion of “modern meets midcentury” in an off-market listing.
The property was last sold in 2016 for $9.5 million to the Woodbridge Group, a now-defunct Ponzi scheme. According to a report from Dirt, “Woodbridge demolished the original house on the lot, and the new structure was sold to Wardak on behalf of Woodbridge’s bankruptcy proceedings by Viewpoint Collection, a premier developer of high-end Los Angeles homes.”