Botched's Dr. Paul Nassif Is Building a $32 Million Mansion in Bel Air Just to Sell It

Botched surgeon Dr. Paul Nassif is taking his reconstruction skills to the world of real estate.

The famous plastic surgeon, 58, is building a luxurious Bel Air home that despite not yet being complete, is already on the market asking a cool $32 million.

"This is what I envisioned when I thought about building this house in Bel Air, especially going through COVID: The home is now where you are going to make your oasis, work, play, and raise a family–especially my brand-new baby Paulina," Nassif tells PEOPLE of the over-the-top property. He and his wife Brittany welcomed their first child together in October. He also has three teenage sons: twins Collin and Christian, 14, and Gavin, 17.

He adds, "I thought of this with every floorplan, and wanted to include every amenity, which would be incredible for any family anywhere in the world."

The home includes seven bedrooms, eight full bedrooms and four half bathrooms within its 12,130 square feet of living space and sits on just over 1.3 acres.

Diana Diaz and Alexis Nassif (Paul's sister) of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties hold the listing.

The extravagant property, which is estimated to be completed in June or July 2021, is situated on a private, tree-lined hillside in Bel Air.

The three-level contemporary residence features canyon, city and ocean views and is only minutes away from popular shopping and dining. It was designed for indoor and outdoor living, with all three stories featuring exterior entertaining areas and amenities for relaxing, gathering and working.

Inside the mansion, the main floor includes vast living and dining spaces that lead out to an expansive terrace with patios for lounging and dining, a custom bar and the first of two pools.

The gourmet kitchen boasts high-end appliances and a spacious pantry. There is also a separate prep kitchen that includes a dishwasher, refrigerator, stove, oven, and sink.

The lower level features a sophisticated lounge and bar, 12-seat theater and a wine room with storage for approximately 1,000 bottles. This level also opens up to a second pool.

The seven bedrooms in the residence include two second-floor guest suites, lower-level staff quarters, and four upper-level suites, featuring spa-style baths and dual closets.

The residence also has dual offices and a secret back staircase that leads from the offices to a huge gym with a steam room and separate sauna. There are also two garages big enough to fit five cars.

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