The $250 Million Bel Air Home, the most expensive home in America

Location: Bel Air, Los Angeles, USA
Year: 2017
Area: 38.000 ft²/ 3.530 m²
Price: $250 Million
Photo courtesy: Bruce Makowsky/BAM Luxury Development
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Developer Bruce Makowsky has recently listed a mind-blowing mansion in one of the most expensive areas in the world: Bel Air- Los Angeles. The home is selling for $250 million and comes with 150 pieces of original artwork, a $30 million garage with 12 cars and other cool features.

Photo: Courtesy of Bruce Makowsky/BAM Luxury Development

It is located at 924 Bel Air Road in Los Angeles, the 38,000 square-foot mega mansion has four level that has two master suites, 10 oversize ‘VIP’ guest suites, 21 bathrooms, 6 bars, a 40-seat movie theater, and a four-lane bowling alley.

Photo: Courtesy of Bruce Makowsky/BAM Luxury Development

4 years has taken for this house to be built.

Photo: Courtesy of Bruce Makowsky/BAM Luxury Development

An 85 foot / 26 metre infinity pool with a 20 foot / 6 metre TV with a LA background.

Photo: Courtesy of Bruce Makowsky/BAM Luxury Development

$2 million stairwell polished stainless steel and a $1 million Leica oversized camera designed by the artist Yibai Liao which is also made by polished stainless steel.

Photo: Courtesy of Bruce Makowsky/BAM Luxury Development

The presentation video is a must in order to make a better idea about this mega mansion in Bel Air.

Photo: Courtesy of Bruce Makowsky/BAM Luxury Development
Photo: Courtesy of Bruce Makowsky/BAM Luxury Development
Photo: Courtesy of Bruce Makowsky/BAM Luxury Development

40 seat James Bond themed home theater with 7.000 stored movies and Hermes blankets to keep you safe and warm.

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The $30 million garage has 12 cars: Pagani Huayra worth of $2 million, an Mercedes 540 K from 1936 worth of $15 million (Hitler’s right hand Joseph Goebbels owned one), a 488 Ferrari, Rolls Royce Dawn and 10 rare motorcycles.

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A $250.000 candy bar.

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The ultimate Techno Gym experience.

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Private massage room.

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The mansion has 2 wine rooms with 2500 wine bottles.

Photo: Courtesy of Bruce Makowsky/BAM Luxury Development
Photo: Courtesy of Bruce Makowsky/BAM Luxury Development
Photo: Courtesy of Bruce Makowsky/BAM Luxury Development

The biggest tv for residential home, a 30 foot / 9 metre long tv.

Photo: Courtesy of Bruce Makowsky/BAM Luxury Development

The mansion has also a Bell 222A helicopter that was used on the Airwolf television series which ran in the 80s.

Photo: Courtesy of Bruce Makowsky/BAM Luxury Development
Photo: Courtesy of Bruce Makowsky/BAM Luxury Development

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