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Sneak Peek Inside America’s Most Expensive Home For $250 Million

Sneak Peek Inside America’s Most Expensive Home For $250 Million

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Up for $250 million, the newly-built Bel Air mansion has set the record of being the most expensive home ever listed in the U.S. Dubbed, Billionaire, it is  simply the best, new and innovative contemporary estate in the world!

Spread over 38,000 square foot,America’s most expensive property is home to 12 bedrooms, 21 bathrooms, five bars and three kitchens. It also comes with its own moat, four-lane bowling alley and an 85-foot Italian glass infinity pool fitted with an hydraulic theater-sized movie screen. And of course for a quarter of billion, more extravagant amenities include a spa and fitness center, two cellars stocked with a multi-million dollar wine collection, and a 40-seat, James Bond-themed home cinema.

It also houses 100 artworks including an interactive installation by British artist Dominic Harris and an oversized Leica camera by Chinese sculptor Liao Yibai, valued at $1 million.

Even the rooftop boasts of  a helipad adorned with a helicopter that starred in the 1980’s television series Airwolf. It has been exclusively refurbished by the developers into a piece of art that matches the style of the property.

Bugatti Veyron, Pagani Huayra, Rolls-Royce Dawn and a range of other rare vintage automobiles are already parked in the property’s garage. The car collection, which is valued at over $30 million, enhances the property’s exclusivity.

Fitted with cutting-edge technology, the house succeeds in transcending the bounds of the typical home, and dually functioning as a multi-sensory, all-powerful experience for all who enter it.
Nestled in the hills of Bel Air which is home to the most affluent people in the world and built upon the single most spectacular view in California, this property offers an unrivaled 270˚ view that extends from the snow-capped San Gabriel Mountains to the sun-drenched shores of Malibu.

Bruce Makowsky, the billionaire owner of BAM Luxury Development group, claims that the home took over four years to construct and furnish, and is designed to cater specifically to the needs of a select few.

924 Belair Via CNN