Muhammed bin Fahd's House is located in Los Angeles, California. Muhammed bin Fahd is the eldest surviving son of King Fahd. He is a former governor of the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia, which he was relieved from in January 2013 per his request.
Muhammed bin Fahd's House is 40,000 square feet and sits on 1.5 acres in this Bel Air neighborhood. He also owns the 18,000 square foot home next door. The Robb Report
named this house the Ultimate Home of 2011. The mansion was partially designed by Richard Landry, and it has a reported 27 bedrooms and an estimated 32 bathrooms.
As of 2014, this property had the 17st highest tax payment in LA, at a whopping $372,435. It was purchased in 1993 for $1,875,000. Zillow estimates the house to be worth around $27.3 million today.
Muhammed bin Fahd's net worth is difficult to calculate, as he is part of the royal Saudi family. He owns part of the Saudi kingdom's massive wealth.