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38,000 Sq. Ft. Bel Air, CA Mansion Includes $30M Car Collection & 40 Seat Dolby Cinema for $188M, Prev. $250M (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

38,000 Sq. Ft. Bel Air, CA Mansion Includes $30M Car Collection & 40 Seat Dolby Cinema for $188M, Prev. $250M (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

38,000 Sq. Ft. Bel Air, CA Mansion Includes $30M Car Collection & 40 Seat Dolby Cinema for $188M, Prev. $250M (PHOTOS & VIDEO)
April 13
23:20 2018


38,000 Sq. Ft. Bel Air, CA Mansion Includes $30M Car Collection & 40 Seat Dolby Cinema for $188M, Prev. $250M

924 Bel Air Road, Bel Air, California, United States

This palatial 38,000 square foot modern spec home made its debut last year with a price tag of $250,000,000 making it the most expensive home in the United States at the time. It’s been reduced to $188,000,000. When the property hit the market in 2017 for $250,000,000, developer Bruce Makowsky told The Hollywood Reporter that there are only about 3,000 potential buyers worldwide, but he seems optimistic that it will sell. Makowsky made headlines in 2015 when he sold a 23,000 square foot spec mansion in Beverly Hills to Minecraft creator Markus Persson for $70,000,000. Whoever ends up buying 924 Bel Air Road will definitely have bragging rights for life. The 38,000 square foot residence has more to offer than any other property ever to come on the market. On top of the 38,000 square feet of indoor space, there’s an additional 17,000 square feet of outdoor space including patios, terraces and roof decks. There are 12 bedrooms, 21 bathrooms, 6 bars and 2 commercial elevators. The theatre rivals most commercial theatres, Architectural Digest notes that it includes 40 reclining seats with Hermès pillows & throws, 57 speakers, 16 subwoofers and comes preloaded with 7,000 movies into the 4K-gold projector.  If that isn’t enough the home also includes a 7 person full time staff, four-lane bowling alley, over 100 curated art installations, a $200,000 candy wall, a champagne pinball machine and a commercial-grade outdoor movie screen that rises beyond the 85-foot Italian glass infinity pool. In that $188,000,000$250,000,000 price tag you’re also getting over $30,000,000 worth of collector cars including brands such as Lamborghini, Ferrari, Bentley and even a helicopter from the 1980’s TV show Airwolf. This place is so wild and jam-packed with features that it would be hard to ever imagine needing to leave. Makowsky told The Hollywood Reporter, “I don’t care if you have a $100 billion, if you walk into this house it is going to blow your mind.” It will be interesting to see how long this one-of-a-kind property sits on the market before somebody makes an offer. It’s listed for $188,000,000 with Hilton & Hyland.


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