Salim Mehajer’s Sydney mansion, with its six bedrooms, five bathrooms, jacuzzi, solarium and 10-car garage, is packed with eye-watering opulence fit for a king — or at least a former deputy mayor.
The 31-year-old, who first rose to prominence when his elaborate 2015 wedding to Aysha Learmonth shut down Frances Street, is renting out his palatial Lidcombe residence.
The former Auburn deputy mayor’s glittering home includes a heated pool and its own lift to help you navigate the four levels and a sunny rooftop with city views.
But perhaps the most striking feature is the curved marble staircase in the entrance, which frames a crystal chandelier.
The property was last sold in 2007 for $565,000, but would be worth significantly more than that now.
Mehajer is fighting fires on several fronts.
He is facing 128 charges over the 2012 Auburn Council elections he is accused of rigging.
In a separate incident, Mehajer has pleaded not guilty to assaulting a taxi driver and stealing an EFTPOS machine in March.