Back on the market after the first buyer pulled out and heavily discounted as a result, America’s most expensive home (of 2017) is now up for sale again. The price reduction sees the house drop to the third most expensive house in America after originally being priced at $250 million, the price now stands at $188 million.
Curated for the billionaire who wants everything, this Bel Air mansion has everything you could ever dream of and more. The house comes furnished and even has $30 million collection of exotic cars and motorcycles just sitting in the garage. The home also comes with two fully-stocked champagne and wine cellars and two alligator upholstered elevators. The games room comes complete with a bowling alley, there’s a helicopter and for the first two years of ownership you’ll have your own personal chef, a masseuse and give other full-time employees who live on site in a separate staff wing whose salaries have already been paid!
The glass spiral staircase in the picture above is nothing short of breathtaking. I’ve looked at the picture for at least 10 minutes and I’m still not bored in the slightest! One can only dream of gracing the floors in this elegant abode. You can only imagine the parties, functions and other uses for such an expansive and decadent property.
With a house like this, it makes you wonder why you ever need to go outside for anything! Spreading over 38,000 square feet the house consists of two master suites, ten large VIP guest suites, 21 luxury baths, three gourmet kitchens, five bars, a massage studio, and wellness spa and a state-of-the-art fitness center.
If you’re a billionaire who wants the best then get in line to snag this luxurious and edgy mansion! With neighbors like Rod Stewart and Steve Martin, you’re in good company. But for the time being let’s just let the pictures do the talking.