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Australian “shark” lists Beverly Hills home for $17.5M

Andrew Banks bought the property four years ago for under $9.2M

August 15, 2016 08:30AM

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Andrew Banks and his home at 808 North Alpine Drive (Credit: LinkedIn, The Agency)

Andrew Banks and his home at 808 North Alpine Drive (Credit: LinkedIn, The Agency)

This shark is bringing his sharp teeth to the real estate market.

Film producer and “Shark Tank Australia” judge Andrew Banks is looking to make an $8 million profit on the sale of his 10,522-square-foot Beverly Hills pad.

Banks is listing the the seven bedroom residence for $17.5 million, after acquiring it just four years ago for $9.2 million, the L.A. Times reported.

The Agency’s James Harris, David Parnes and Marisa San Antonio are the listing agencies.

The remodeled neoclassical home, which sits on a half-acre lot, has a two-story foyer with a pair of curved staircases. It features a formal dining room with French doors, a music room with wet bar and a living room with a gold-tinted ceiling. The property also has 10 bathrooms, an office, a yoga studio, an elevator and a theater.

There is also a swimming pool, an outdoor dining room, and a pool house with a sauna.

Banks has been a panelist on “Shark Tank Australia” since 2015. He co-founded two companies, recruitment firm Morgan & Banks and human resources company Talent2 International, as well as his own production company Lila 9th Productions. [LAT]Cathaleen Chen

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