The lavish $ 75 million home on Netflix Sell sunset Davina Potratz spent two seasons on the show selling is still in the market, partly because the owner doesn't want to drop the price. The house may be huge – with nine bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, a movie theater, gym, pool, and detached guest house – but the $ 75 million price tag is still pretty high even for Beverly Hills. However, the owner Adnan Sen, who originally bought the land and built the mansion, seems to believe he knows the value of the property and won't let go of it for less than what he wants.
On the show, viewers see Adnan apparently making it difficult for Davina not to be able to sell the house. So much so that she brings Christine Quinn over to help her sell. Christine is a little more persistent than Davina and answers the difficult questions for Adnan. She's not impressed if he doesn't want to answer simple questions about how much he paid for the land he is supposed to build on. So what's Adnan's deal?
Originally from Turkey, Adnan owns and operates Sen Properties, a luxury real estate development company. He built his career around doing what he did with the $ 75 million home – buy real estate, build glamorous home, sell, repeat. But the steely vibes he gives off on the show may not be entirely accurate, according to Davina. She recently told ScreenRant that Adnan's actually a pretty nice guy. "Is Adnan a really nice guy and not as scary as he appears on the show? One hundred percent. He's the cutest guy and I think he does it for the camera and I appreciate that." She also claims that she seems nervous around him on the show because she wasn't prepared for the act he was performing.
Davina also said that Adnan and his wife, Begum, who is a model and philanthropist, still live in the $ 75 million house and aren't particularly motivated to sell because they're pretty happy there. She also noted that Adnan has other properties in the works, which makes sense for a luxury real estate developer. If you want to live in one of Sen Properties' finest homes, there are a few for sale right now in Beverly Hills to check out.
Adnan is also involved in a Turkish gas company Bosphorus Gaz, according to The Cinemaholic, and enjoys art. He is reportedly often found on the LA art scene and likely collects pieces to decorate the ultra-Islamic homes he designed in Beverly Hills. The $ 75 million house that's still in the market may sell out when the show gets a fourth season.