But handbag tycoon Bruce Makowsky — now well versed in flipping high-end contemporary mansions — took things one step further and brought to market what has instantly become the crown jewel of U.S. real estate: a massive 38,000-square-foot mega-mansion located at 924 Bel Air Road listed for a whopping $250 million.
Setting a new record for the country’s most expensive home ever listed for sale, the Bel Air mega-mansion is now one of the priciest homes in the world, and has dethroned the Spelling Mansion as the pinnacle of luxury in the U.S.
What you get for the money:
- Location: 924 Bel Air Road, Los Angeles CA, set in an ultra-exclusive Bel Air enclave
- Square feet: 38,000
- Bedrooms: 12
- Bathrooms: 21
- Views: 270-degree unobstructed views that span from the snow covered mountains all the way to the Pacific Ocean and the incredible Los Angeles skyline in-between
What Types of Amenities You Can Expect for the Most Expensive Home in the U.S.
Luxury developer Bruce Makowsky, already having experience in marketing mega-yachts and large private jets that can sell for up to $500 million, has carefully curated the amenity roster to appeal to world’s richest.
And that’s why the unique home comes with amenities that would make any luxury retreat blush.
Boasting five bars, three gourmet kitchens and a 17,000-square-foot entertainment deck, the sprawling estate also features a massage studio/wellness spa, state-of-the-art fitness center, 85-foot glass tile infinity swimming pool, 40-seat 4K Dolby Atmos Theater, four-lane bowling alley/lounge.
Not to mention that its sprawling auto gallery features cars valued at more than $30 million.
In terms of art, the Bel Air mansion has over 100 curated art installations — some of them one-of-a-kind works of art collected from around the world. Oh, and did I forget to mention the massive assorted candy wall?
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