This $250 Million Bel Air Home Is Literally What Dreams Are Made Of
While some of us are struggling to get this rent money for that one bedroom, no window-having, soul-crushing hole you call an apartment, there’s a very luxurious section of the one percent that just got a little grander.
According to Business Insider, the most expensive listing in the United States has just been placed in the Bel Air neighborhood as a staggering $250 million.
For comparison, Venmo was bought by Paypal for $26.2 million, and an F-35 fighter jet costs $160 million.
The futuristic palatial 38,000 square ft. estate comes with a variety of accommodations, boasting a forward-thinking architectural layout housing two master suites, 10 VIP suites, three kitchens, 21 bathrooms, multiple outdoor decks, and a host of other rooms.
The interior design was custom-tailored to the tastes of a particular subset of couture wealthy individuals, with a helicopter and chrome plated weaponry.
Included in this incredible modern testament to wealth comes a $30 million car collection, 100 pieces of art, and is equipped with the highest spectrum of display technology to play 2K on.
Of course, if that isn’t your speed, then probably the 4 lane bowling alley and the 40 person screening room could satisfy your boredom.
Or if you are the more physically invested type of billionaire then the fully equipped gym and spa room will make sure that you’re are adequately prepared for the inevitable class war.
This mansion is undeniably exquisite and suitably proper for any lady or gentleman to welcome their peers for the bi-annual Illuminati meeting, and who knows that person could be you.