Osama bin Laden’s brother, Ibrahim bin Laden, has listed his longtime Bel Air mansion for a whopping $28 million, The Post can confirm. Ibrahim, who is the older half-brother of the late terrorist, has owned the property for nearly four decades, since 1983, property records show.
Ibrahim purchased the Mediterranean villa-style mansion for $1,653,000 at the time — what would be roughly $5.5 million after accounting for 38 years of inflation. But, according to the listing, he hasn’t occupied the home since the September 11 attacks. “Ready for redoing, owner has not been here for over 20 years,” the listing states. Despite its abandoned state, the property’s price is based on “land value only,” and location. Situated in the prestigious lower Bel Air neighborhood, the residence spans 7,100 square feet on more than 2 acres of land, and is made up of seven bedrooms and five bathrooms.
Built in 1931, the estate, made with concrete and painted pink, is only a few doors down from the Hotel Bel-Air.
Interior photos of the property are scarce due to its deteriorated state. But it appears several palm trees continue to survive, and the swimming pool and spa appear well-maintained.