$250 Million Home Is For Sale, And The ‘Perks’ Are Crazy.
When it comes to a house, it is every man’s dream to live in a house fully equipped with all sorts of luxuries and materialistic amenities such as a swimming pool, a smart kitchen, a wide range of high-end cars, wine cellar, tennis court, and much more.
It is a fantasy that motivates people to work hard, make a lot of money, and enjoy the fruits of their labour. But however far-fetched this idea may seem, one man has turned this reverie into a reality.
The most expensive property ever listed in the United States went up for sale at $250 million.
The 38,000-square-foot mansion, located in Los Angeles' Bel Air neighborhood, has 12 bedrooms, 21 bathrooms, three kitchens, a bowling alley, a movie theater, an 85-foot infinity pool with its own bar, and a candy room filled with $200,000 worth of treats.
This extravagant property is inspired from the glamorous lifestyle of its owner; developer and handbag tycoon Bruce Makowsky.
Makowsky created the estate so he could sell it to a wealthy owner. The grand property dethroned the $195million mega-mansion in Manalapan, Florida.
The mansion, apart from its lavish built and customized luxury furnishings, comes with some alluring and eye-catching add-ons.
It comes with a car collection, including 1930s roadsters and 21st century supercars. Moreover, there are seven full-time employees whose wages for two years will be included in the sale of the home, and a bond-style theatre.
The tycoon has sold nine billionaire homes in the past six years and got this mega-mansion idea by watching wealthy travellers invest in yachts.
"Today, people are spending $300 million on a boat, and they use it about eight weeks a year. Then they are living in a $30 million to $40 million home," Makowsky said.
Makowsky developed the property without any buyer lined up, now more than half a dozen people are interested.
The mogul has decorated the super mansion with 130 works of art and a helicopter. The garage is filled with 12 luxury vehicles, including a $15million-plus Von Krieger, 1936 Mercedes 540 K Special Roadster, and a $2 million one-of-a-kind Pagani Huayra.
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