Dr. Drew Ordon sells Bel Air mansion for $8.5M

CBS star made $5M profit on sale

Apr.April 07, 2016 12:00 PM

The doctor is no longer in the house.

Dr. Drew Ordon, the plastic surgeon famed for his role in CBS show “The Doctors,” has sold his Bel Air mansion for $8.5 million, a massive profit on the $3.5 million he paid in 2011, The Real Deal has learned.

Jeeb O’Reilly and Nancie Richards of Compass represented Ordon, while Ari Afshar, also of Compass, represented the unidentified buyers.

The property, which sits on 1.26 acres at 779 Stradella Road, has 180-degree views of the city, the canyon and the back nine holes of Bel Air Country Club’s golf course.

It has a gated entryway, a koi pond, beamed ceilings, a pool and a private spa.

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