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The Billionaire’s Mega-Mansion – Spec Built

Los Angles is known for its luxury, Hollywood glam and lavish sprawling real estate. It’s home to some of the wealthiest people in the country and some of the most outrageous homes you’ve ever seen. Just when you think you’ve seen the most extravagant home that money can buy, someone comes around and tops it.

Recently, a freshly built Bel Air Mansion has made the top of the list as the most expensive home in the country. This sprawling mansion is listed for an outrageous price of a quarter of a billion dollars. This is more than double the previous record setting sale of another Los Angeles mansion that sold for $100 million last year.

Aside from its 38,000 square feet consisting of 2-master suites, 10-guest suites, 21 bathrooms, 3-gourmet kitchens and a full gym, spread out over 4 spacious floors, this lavish piece of real estate comes with much, much more.

After all, a mega-mansion is only as good as its amenities, and with this $250 million home, you’ll get plenty. In fact, this multi-million dollar homes leaves little to be desired.

Million Dollar Cars

Car Gallery of the Mega-Mansion

When most people buy a new home, they are lucky enough to get the sellers to throw a fresh coat of paint on the exterior, or install a new stove, but if you purchase this outrageous sea-side mansion, you’ll get an entire fleet of luxury cars and motorcycles that are worth about $30- million. This exotic fleet includes a vintage Allard, a custom-built Rolls-Royce and a Bugatti. Don’t worry, there is plenty of space to park the cars, as the home includes and sprawling 12-car garage, or “auto gallery”.

Champagne for Everyone  

Of course, if you’re going to live in a 38,000-square foot mega mansion, you’re going to need some champagne. Since the home comes with 2-fully stocked wine cellars containing hundreds of bottles of some of the best wine and champagne around, there will be no shortage of drinks to toasts your new purchase.

Furniture and Art

This Bel Air Mansion also comes fully furnished with the finest crafted furniture that money can buy. It’s also extravagantly decorated with 130 pieces of fine art from all around the world. But don’t worry, with 38,000 square feet and four floors, there is plenty of space to add your own personal, decorative touch.

An Entertainer’s Paradise

movietheater of the Mega-Mansion

This home has no shortage of ways to entertain with a glass infinity pool with a swim-up bar and a 270 degree, unobstructed view of the city.  And if that wasn’t enough, the owner of this incredible piece of real estate can also entertain their guests in the 40-seat movie theater, with the custom-built ping pong and billiard tables or in the candy room filled to the brim with tasty sweets.

A Little Pampering

Bowling Gallery of the Mega-Mansion

It should be easy to unwind after a day of floating in the infinity pool or bowling in your personal bowling alley, as the mansion comes complete with an in-home spa, massage room and fully equipped fitness center.

Live-In Staff

No matter what you need or when you need it, if you purchase this extreme Bel Air Mansion, you’ll get the full-time, 7-member, live-in staff that comes with it. The full-time staff lives in their own separate wing, so that that they can be at your beck and call no matter the time.

A Little Something Extra

Helipad

Every mega-mansion needs a helicopter, and this one is no different. This extravagant home comes complete with a helicopter parked on the roof, but since the it doesn’t have a permit for take-off and landing, the helicopter is craned in and just for show. After all, if you’re going to live in the most expensive home in the county, you better have a helicopter, even if it’s just for show.

This extravagant mansion comes with everything you need, and a lot of things you didn’t know you needed. Because, in the multi-million dollars, real estate market, it’s the details that set one lavish piece of real estate apart from another.

And, after all, it’s all in the details, right?

Note: All photos courtesy Bruce Makowsky of BAM Luxury Development

 

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