Take a look inside the most expensive home in America


Those with overflowing streams of cash looking for a plush home in the US of A, this news is just for you! In fact, calling this monster of a house “plush” would be nothing but an understatement. We are talking about the largest private residence in Los Angeles that spans over 5 acres of land, recently going for sale for a record breaking, jaw shattering price of $200 million.

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If you have managed to recover from the semi coma that amount slipped you into, here are further details on the sprawling multi -million-dollar property. Originally built in 1991 in the Holmby hills of LA, the house covers a massive 56,500 square feet and includes 123 rooms, out of which only 7 are bedrooms.
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While your regular luxury home comes with a service quarter that is barely a room, this house accommodates within it an entire service wing! Further, it equips inside it a swimming pool, formal garden, and 100-car parking lot (yes a 100!), a bowling alley, a wine cellar and tasting room, and a full beauty salon complete with tanning and massage rooms.
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The 7,000-square-foot master suite is a mini home in itself with a private kitchen, a living room and a two-level closet that is connected by a pair of staircases. Bizarrely luxurious as it sounds, the house also comes with an exclusive gift wrapping room! (Yes, even we did not know those exist).

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The property was previously owned by Aaron Spelling, who then passed it on to Petra Stunt, (daughter of Formula One racing billionaire Bernie Ecclestone) for $ 85m in 2011. Currently in the market for sale for a whopping $200 million, the house clearly outbids two other homes – one in Florida, the other in California that are currently listed for $195 million. The lucky buyer to this home, must surely be (or will become) a king in his own accord!

[Via:Businessinsider]