Ever wondered what the one percent do with their money?
America’s most expensive home in Bel Air, California, has just gone on sale for $250 million and comes fully furnished and with an exquisite car collection valued at $30 million.
The cars displayed on the lower level on the house includes a bespoke Pagani Huayra, an Ariel Atom 500, a Spyker and most impressively, a 1936 Mercedes 540 K Special Roadster believed to be worth in excess of $15 million.
According to CarScoops, besides the impressive man-cave, “the house supports 12 bedrooms, 21 bathrooms, six bars, a fitness center, two wine cellars, a massage room and spa, three kitchens, an 85-foot infinity pool and most advanced home theater room of any U.S. home.” The house also has a glitzy four-lane bowling alley and an absolutely giganitic TV (the biggest in a private home) in the main living area that stretches an incredible 30 feet (that’s 360 inches for those of you that would like to compare it to your ‘large’ 60-inch Samsung flat-screen at home). There is also a giant wall of sweets, four glass foosball tables and interesting modern sculptures like the $1-million stainless steel Lyca camera.
Not to mention the helipads on the roof. We’re not sure if the two ‘copters come with the house…
It’s not surprising that just a handful of billionaires, celebrities and top brokers have inspected the house in person.