Blimp mogul wants $17M for Beverly Hills mansion

Igor Pasternak paid $7M for the property

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Apr.April 04, 2017 09:30 AM

This blimp maker is likely hoping the real estate market isn’t over-inflated.

Kazakhstani aerospace mogul Igor Pasternak has listed his Beverly Hills pad for $17 million, more than double the $7.05 million he paid for it in 2010, The Real Deal has learned.

The six-bedroom, 11,800-square-foot Balinese-style estate on Donhill Drive was designed by Mohamed Hadid and features a Jerusalem stone bridge, a movie theater, a wine cellar, a Turkish bath and an infinity pool.

Lenny Lerman of Keller Williams and Tatiana Gorbenko of Century 21 Hollywood have the listing.

“When you walk in, you just realize you’re in heaven,” Lerman opined. “It has amazing jet-liner views.”

Pasternak made his fortune building blimps, often for surveillance. More recently, he’s been focused on building a fleet of giant cargo airships that can carry 500 tons apiece. Dragon Dream, a 260-foot-long prototype he developed, was destroyed in 2013 when its hangar collapsed.


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