Uh oh, you're an insanely wealthy socialite and you just sold your house for a record-busting $102 million, but now you're homeless! What do you do? Suzanne Saperstein, who off-loaded her custom-built Fleur de Lys estate in Holmby Hills this past spring and now has tens of millions of dollars of cash in hand (seriously, the buyer paid cash), has moved on over to a rented mansion in Beverly Park, according to the Real Estalker. Fleur de Lys was a hideous tribute to obscene wealth, but Saperstein has managed to at least match her former gaucheness: her new home was designed by awful megamansion king Richard Landry for Perfect 10 magazine founder Norm Zada and it sits on 6.79 acres in gated Beverly Park, which is famous for its oversized estates and for a Civil War waged over access for housekeepers and gardeners. The 20,000-square-foot house comes with 11 bedrooms, 18 bathrooms, a pool, a paddle tennis court, a guesthouse, and a big-ass skybridge. It's rumored to have sold to a Saudi businessman in 2010 for $16.5 million; it was put up for lease last year for $84,000 a month.
· Socialite Suzanne Saperstein Downsizes to 20,000 Sq. Ft. Rental [Variety]
· The Crazy Bev Park House a Saudi Bought From a Pornographer [Curbed LA]
· Holy Shit: Notoriously Unsellable Fleur de Lys Sells For Record-Busting $102 Million in Holmby Hills [Curbed LA]