An unnamed Saudi buyer spent $52.2 million on a 20,000-square-foot Los Angeles mansion and a neighboring house for his staff. Take a look inside the compound.

The home, built by the developer and diamond manufacturer Rafael Zakaria, was originally asking $48 million.

The 20,000-square-foot home on the compound sold for $45 million. Simon Berlyn

A wealthy Saudi buyer has snapped up two neighboring Los Angeles mansions to create a $52.2 million compound, The Wall Street Journal reported.

The mansion, which has seven bedrooms and about 20,000 square feet of living space, sold for $45 million, making it the most expensive home sold in LA this year, according to The Journal.

The four-bedroom, 4,300-square-foot home sold for $7.2 million and will house the buyer’s staff.

The buyer has not been identified, but Variety reported that the property was sold to an entity formed by a Pasadena tax attorney known for managing the finances of some of the wealthiest members of the Al Saud royal family.

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The mansion compound as seen from Google Maps.

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