Maybe you had a good year and decided to move out of your studio apartment. Maybe you’re starting a family. Or maybe you just want a little more elbow room when hosting friends. None of those are reasons why you should buy a $250 million Bel Air mansion. But we can’t think of a single reason why you can’t look at it...
Dubbed 924 Bel Air Road, this domicile comes from luxury developer Bruce Makowsky. With zero budget restrictions, his goal was to create the most immaculate mansion on the market. He dubbed the project “Billionaire.”
Set into the Bel Air hills, the property has a pretty spectacular 270-degree view stretching from the San Gabriel Mountains to the Malibu shores. Inside, you’ve got 38,000 square feet with two master suites, 10 guest suites, 21 bathrooms, three kitchens and five bars. Try not to get lost.
Let’s not forget the massage studio and wellness spa, the fitness center and the 85-foot infinity pool.
Or the 40-seat movie theater and the four-lane bowling alley.
Into cars? The garage/auto gallery is stocked with $30 million dollars worth of them, including a Bugatti and Rolls-Royce.
And if you’re into art, there’s plenty of that, too. Try 100 curated art installations, including these cartoon dwarves.
Two fully stocked champagne and wine cellars will ensure that no one goes thirsty.
There’s even a room filled with high-end foosball tables and a wall of candy. Not sure how to justify that one.
And for quick getaways, you’ve got a helicopter stationed outside the penthouse office. Ready to purchase? You can check out more photos and details here. Just try not to think about the utility bills.