And today in ‘houses we will never own and can only weep softly over’, we have this $330 million dollar mansion in Bel Air.
The outrageously large pad (oh hi, 38,000 square feet of land) is the most expensive property up for sale rn in the entirety of the USA, which is a big feat really considering how many mansions are in LA, let alone all of America.
Some of the stupidly luxe features? 12 bedrooms, three kitchens, a 40 seat movie theatre, a bowling alley, and this insane candy room:
The sweet pad also features 270 degree views, because of course it does, and this crazy infinity pool with a swim up bar and movie screen.
It gets more nuts guys. Nuts-er. Because apparently rich billionaires in America don’t just want to buy giant houses, they want to buy them with some slick bonuses thrown in. Like that time you rented your falling-apart share house and the landlord threw in a used IKEA couch to sweeten the deal.
This place comes with a 40 mil squad of luxury cars, including a custom Rolls, and a Bugatti.
There’s also two whole wine cellars that come fully stocked, and we doubt it’s with Passion Pop and goon.
130 artworks from around the globe are staying, as well as custom-built glass ping pong and pool tables. And the place comes with seven pre-hired employees who live on site, so you can get a cheese toastie delivered to your drunk self at 4am any day of the week.
On the LOL front, there’s a fkn helicopter on the roof – but it’s unusable because the property doesn’t have the right permit for takeoff and landing. Like cool but also no.
“[The home] comes with everything,” says owner Bruce Makowsky. “You don’t even need a toothbrush.”
Hello and excuse me Bel Air real estate person – do you take payment in $50 a week instalments?
Source and Images: LA Times.