Ever wonder what a home that costs a quarter of a billion dollars look like? Well, now you can take a look inside of one thanks to Tri-Blend Media and Bloomberg.
The Bel Air mega-mansion is 38,000 square feet, and has 12 bedrooms, 21 baths, a 40-seat home theater, and a four-lane bowling alley. The property also includes millions of dollars worth of fancy cars, a deactivated helicopter used on a TV series in the 1980s, and 12 motorcycles.
“It just reeks of quality and looks absolutely spectacular,” developer Bruce Makowsky told Bloomberg. “It gives you the feeling you can only get if you go to heaven.”
The home’s art also reeks; the decorations include a chainsaw with its blade replaced with Rolls Royce hood ornaments, an onyx stone sculpture of an Hermès Birkin handbag, giant photos of Cher, jewel-encrusted guitars, a giant shiny replica of a Leica camera. There’s also something called a “champagne pinball machine,” a chrome-plated machine gun, and entire wall covered with candy dispensers.
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“I just believe that if you build the very best, there will be a buyer,” Makowsky said.
“I understand how rich people want to live, because I’m very wealthy,” he added. “The right person is going to walk into this house and lose their mind.”
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Watch a visual tour of the home below.