LA’s $150 million mega mansion: 5 fancy facts
A Los Angeles mega-mansion, nestled in the exclusive Bel Air enclave, originally listed at $250 million just became a little more affordable. It’s price was reduced by $100 million because it wasn’t selling. However, if the owner fetches the current listing price, it would be the most expensive home to ever sell in L.A. County.
For $150 million you get these basics:
- 38,000 square feet over four levels
- 12 bedrooms
- 5 bars
- 3 kitchens
- 17,000 square feet of outdoor entertainment decks with a 270 degree view from downtown L.A. to the Pacific ocean
But it also has some other over-the-top amenities. FOX Business’ Hillary Vaughn went inside the exclusive Bel Air enclave for a look inside the swanky mansion. Here are 5 facts.
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It has a garage full of expensive whips
Part of this garage is fully stocked with vehicles including a custom Rolls-Royce and Bugatti worth a combined $30 million.
And… a helipad
The mansion has its own helicopter landing pad on the roof.
Bowl with Louis Vuitton
A four-lane bowling alley by ultra-lux designer Louis Vuitton.
Entertainment for days with snacks
It’s equipped with a 40 seat movie theater and enough foosball tables to host your own tournament. The home comes with a massive candy bar fit for an endless assortment of treats. Sweet tooth anyone?
Perfect for pool parties
The pad also has an 85-foot infinite pool.