The Nation’s Priciest Listing: $250 Million

A posh Bel Air, California, mansion sets the record as the nation’s most expensive home ever listed for sale.

Bruce Makowsky’s new $250 million spec estate may have an eye-popping price tag, but his listing agent Branden Williams assures that the home is “worth every penny.”

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“Everything is top of the line,” Williams says. And, he says he’s already starting to receive offers.

Here’s how they’re justifying the hefty price tag: The 38,000-square-foot home features two master suites; 10 oversized guest suites; 21 bathrooms; three kitchens; a gym and spa; massage studio; five bars; 17,000 square feet of outdoor decks; an 85-foot infinity edge swimming pool; views that include mountains, the Pacific Ocean, and the Los Angeles skyline; and more than 100 curated art installations for art lovers. The home also features a four-lane bowling alley and lounge; a 40-seat 4K Dolby Atmos Theater; an outdoor hydraulic pop-up theater; two cellars fully stocked with wine; and a game room with candy wall.

The estate took more than four years to build.

Makowsky has captured headlines before with his luxe spec homes. The developer in 2014 sold a Beverly Hills, Calif., spec for $70 million in cash.

Source: “$250M?! 6 Crucial Facts About the Country’s Most Expensive New Listing,”® (Jan. 18, 2017)


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