The Bel Air home of Ibrahim bin Laden and his ex-wife, Christine Hartunian Sinay, is now on the market. It’s the first time the home has been put on the market in decades. The home was once home to Bin Laden and his daughter Sibba, an illustrator and educator.
Ibrahim bin Laden lived in Bel Air with ex-wife Christine Haroutunian sinay
Ibrahim bin Laden owned a seven-hundred-square-foot mansion in the Lower Bel Air section of Los Angeles. He lived there with his ex-wife, Christine Hartunian Sinay, who is the daughter of Fiji Water founder Lynda Resnick. The couple had several employees working for them at the mansion, including a groundskeeper and a household manager. However, after the terrorist attacks of September 11, the Bin Laden family sold the property for $7 million.
Ibrahim Bin Laden purchased the Bel Air home in 1983, but has not lived in the United States since the attacks of 9/11. It was a source of fear for him that his last name would bring him unwanted attention. After he divorced his wife in the early ’90s, he split his time between Los Angeles and Jeddah.
The house has been remodeled since the terrorist attacks in 2001, and it boasts five bedrooms and eight bathrooms. The home was built in 1931 and sits on a large tract of land. The property is near the Hotel Bel Air and two of the largest homes in Los Angeles County. Two French-inspired behemoths are located next door to the property.
The house is now up for sale. It was bought by Ibrahim bin Laden in 1983 for $2 million. The property was used to shoot hard-core porn movies a decade ago. Listing photos of the home make it look run-down and vacant. It will likely sell for a fraction of its previous price.
The house is located on a two-acre plot. It was built in 1931 and is 660 square meters. The property is listed for $38.1 million, which is about a fifty-two percent increase over what it was worth in 1983. Despite the price tag, Bin Laden and his ex-wife lived in the home together.
Bin Laden’s daughter Sibba lived there with her
Until the 9/11 terrorist attacks, Osama bin Laden lived in a mansion in Bel Air, California. He and his ex-wife, Christine Hartunian Sinay, had staff and full-time groundskeepers. The house is still vacant today but was rented out to local film productions, including pornographic movies.
Sibba’s father, Mohammed bin Awad bin Laden, was a Saudi construction tycoon with 22 wives and numerous children. During his lifetime, he built an empire valued at billions of dollars. His father, Mohammed bin Awad bin-Laws, had a family of dozens of wives and was a prominent businessman with long-standing connections with Al Saud royals.
The home is on the market for the first time in decades
The former home of Osama bin Laden is on the market for the first time in almost two decades. The former al Qaeda leader purchased the property in 1983 but has not lived there since 2001. He feared notoriety and split his time between Jeddah and Los Angeles following the 9/11 attacks. It’s unclear how much the property is worth, but it’s likely in the millions of dollars.
The property is a 7,100-square-foot property that was once owned by the notorious al Qaeda leader. He lived there with his ex-wife Christine Hartunian Sinay and their daughter Sibba before they separated in 1993. The two had full-time household and groundskeepers. After 9/11, the former al Qaeda leader and his family sold the property for $7 million.
The home was a mansion in Bel Air built by Osama bin Laden in 1931. It is now for sale for $28 million. The house has seven bedrooms and five bathrooms. It is situated on two acres near the Bel Air Hotel. The house is being sold for its land value alone, so the price will be higher than the home’s market value.
Sibba Hartunian is an illustrator and educator
Sibba Hartunian is an artist and illustrator based in Brooklyn. Her work has been featured in galleries throughout New York and her artist’s books are sold nationwide. Her first illustrated children’s book was published by Somewhere Press in 2018. Hartunian has also illustrated for publications such as i-D Magazine and Farrar, Straus & Giroux.