Giga-mansions have been one of the most requested trends as of lately for billionaires and socialites. The spec-home market has completely boomed and has obliged developers, architects and designers to continue to reinvent themselves and push the boundaries of originality and opulence, especially when it comes to size amenities and price, and this $250 million Los Angeles mansion is no exception.
Breaking record after record, this Beverly Hills mansion is listed for $250 million and according to developer Bruce Makowsky only 3,000 people in the worldwide can afford it. The expensive and glamorous home looks more like a resort than an actual family home, appointed with more amenities than one can see in a five-star hospitality venue.
The mansion has twelve bedrooms, including two master suites, 21 incredible bathrooms, six bars, and it’s located at the very top of a hill, so you’ll get sweeping views of the city all around.
As if this wasn’t already a dream, the house also features a bowling alley that looks like a VIP Lounge one can see in exclusive clubs; a VIP area with leather couches and swivel chairs; and a full-blown 40-seat home theater which was inspired by James Bond.
In addition, the house also features a space with a wall full of candy dispensers positioned in front of four glass foosball tables as well as the property also highlights 100 art installations throughout. As a whole, living at 924 Bel Air Road means you’ll have the opportunity to enjoy the best of luxury lifestyle.
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Source: Architectural Digest