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 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.
Makowsky created the estate so he could sell it to a wealthy owner. The grand property dethroned the $195million mega-mansion in Manalapan, Florida.
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.
"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.
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.
Every last detail including the champagne bottles have been handpicked by him. "I wanted to redefine what super-high-end luxury homes are all about. I wanted to break all the molds," Makowsky said. "The level of quality and attention to detail in this house is unsurpassed. And I wanted to create the greatest feeling that you can have being at home."
The mogul wants to show the property to a limited number of potential buyers. According to Forbes, there are only 1,810 estimated numbers of billionaires around the world who can afford a place like this.
"People spend over half their lives in their home. So when you're home, it should be the ultimate oasis. You should have every single entertainment feature you could have in one home," he reasons.