America’s most expensive listing has returned to the market with a $US150 million price tag — an incredible $US100 million ($AU138 million) cheaper than when it first hit the market.
The palatial spec home of property developer Bruce Makowsky in the iconic LA suburb of Bel Air originally hit the market back in 2017 for $US250 million ($AU347 million), a record at the time.
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It isn’t hard to see why the four level house is worth such an astronomical figure, with a helipad, a four-lane Louis Vuitton-branded bowling alley and a ‘candy’ room with a wall of lollies and plenty of foosball tables are just some of the incredible features on offer.
Named ‘Billionaire’, there is also a glass tile infinity pool with pop-up theatre, a 40-seat movie theatre, two main bedrooms and 10 VIP guest suites.
The ground floor lounge and bar area is so large you would be forgiven for thinking you were in a high-end beach club.
It even comes with a roped off section for those extra special guests.
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A massage studio, three kitchens, 21 bathrooms, a gym, car park with $30 million worth of vehicles and two fully-stocked wine cellars complete the home.
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The current record for a property sold in Los Angeles County is at $US110 million after hotelier Peter Morton offloaded his Malibu property in early 2018.
It is listed with Branden and Rayni Williams of Hilton and Hyland Real Estate, as well as Shawn Elliot of Nest Seekers.
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