The Most Expensive Home for Sale in LA Comes With a Helicopter and an Entire Car Collection
Did you know that the most expensive home for sale in LA comes with a helicopter and an entire car collection? Well, let’s find out more about this mansion, shall we?
This mansion in Bel-Air, LA will be the most expensive home ever listed and soon sold in America.
The mansion comes with a helicopter, complete car and art collection and seven full-time staff.
The $250 million home has 38,000-square-feet with four stories and 12 bedrooms, 21 bathrooms, and three kitchens.
The kitchens are both in and out, where a live-in chef can cook any meal you want anytime you want.
Bruce Makowsky, a real estate developer of BAM Luxury Group who builds luxurious properties for rich owners, designed this home without a buyer in mind, but with the confidence that there will be someone who would like his work.
He was right because the house has already attracted more than half a dozen potential buyers after less than a day on the market.
Makowsky surely didn’t care about how much money he spent, when he designed the most expensive fantasy land, creating a unique lifestyle and exclusive for the wealthy people.
“People spend over half their lives in their house,” he told CNBC. “So when you’re home, it should be the ultimate oasis. You should have every single entertainment aspect you could have in one home.”
This can be the place for crazy parties but also for relaxing time with family.
Although the designer didn’t care about money, he did tried to make the home a place where you can relax and designed a four-lane bowling alley, a 40-seat entertainment room with 30-foot TV, and a game room with ping-pong and Foosball tables, and a $12,000 glass pool table, and glass candy dispensers.
There’s everything you’ve dreamed of and more. On top of that, the house has two wine cellars stocked with the world’s finest Champagne.
“Today, people are spending $300 million on a boat, and they use it about eight weeks a year,” Makowsky explained to the Los Angeles Times. “Then they are living in a $30-million to $40-million home.”
Makowsky designed the mansion with the idea of “more is more” in mind and furnished the home with the looks of a mega-yacht and with nautical-themed décor.
In the mansion’s garage, the 12 vehicles take up almost the entire space. The collection, worth $30 million, contains a one-of-a-kind Pagani Huayra, the legendary “Von Krieger” 1936 Mercedes 540 K Special Roadster (valued at more than $15 million); and 10 of the rarest, fastest motorcycles ever created.
The designer encircled the property with a moat of canals, as if to compensate that the estate isn’t near the sea shore and added a nice Hobie Cat sailboat on the deck.
As you can see, the house is decorated with the finest artwork from around the world.
Makowsky has even offered to pay a two-year salary for seven full-time, live-in staff—including a chef, chauffeur, and masseuse—over a two-year period to attend to every nook of the home. Also, there is a masseuse living on the estate to be of service at any hour.
The mansion has far surpassed recent record listings in the Los Angeles area, including the Playboy Mansion and the former Spelling Estate, both of which held $200 million asking prices.
The property has even topped the current U.S. record holder, a $195 million mansion in Manalapan, Florida.
What do you think? Are you ready to make the most expensive home for sale in LA your home?