A four-story mega-mansion in Bel-air, Los Angeles, California has hit the market with the price tag of earth-shattering $250 million. According to the website, the house is considered as the most expensive home ever listed in the United States.
Sitting on roughly an area of 38000 sq feet, the house took nearly four long years and 300 workers to complete. After reaching completion, the end result has two master suites, 10 oversized VIP suites for guests, 12 bedrooms, 21 bathrooms, three separate fully equipped kitchens, two wine cellars and five luxurious house bars.
The lavish house also features a four-lane bowling alley, a forty seat 4K Dolby theater, a massive candy wall, a massage room and spa, a fitness centre, a swimming pool with a bar and a movie screen, a helipad with a helicopter from Airwolf and an auto gallery which sports a $30 million collection of exotic cars and motorcycles.
The house is built by luxury developer Bruce Makowsky, who is well-versed in LA’s ultra-high-end market for contemporary homes. He was also the mastermind behind the creation of the $70 million Beverly hills mansion which was sold to Minecraft founder Markus Persson in 2014.
Check out these awesome images of the luxurious mansion:
The Mansion During The Day
The Dinnig Room
The Bowling Alley
The Spa Room
The Wine Cellar
The Candy Wall
The Swimming Pool
The Drawing Room
And Finally, The Mansion During Night
Images sourced from: latimes
Here's a sneak peek of the inside of the mansion