America's Most Expensive Home Comes With a Helicopter & Candy Room

America's Most Expensive Home Comes With a Helicopter & Candy Room

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Tara Bellucci
Jan 21, 2017

There's over the top, and then there's this place. This Bel Air mansion hit the market on Wednesday and is listed for a whopping quarter of a billion dollars.

The mansion has two master suites, 10 guest bedrooms, and 21 bathrooms, a fitness center, and spa. To entertain yourself, there's also a theater with 40 automatic recliners, a four-lane bowling alley, an infinity pool with swim-up bar and a giant pop-up TV built into the ground, and a candy room with foosball tables.

Though when courting the ultra-rich, that's not enough—you need some serious extras. 924 Bel Air Road also comes with "$30-million fleet of exotic cars and motorcycles parked in the foyer, including a custom Rolls-Royce, a Bugatti and a vintage Allard," according to the LA Times. The wine cellar is fully stocked with hundreds of bottles of Champagne and wine, there are 130 pieces of art from around the world, and it even comes with staff—seven to be exact. There's a sailboat on the deck and a helicopter on the roof (the latter had to be craned in since the property doesn't have the proper flight permits).

Online brokerage Owners.com points out that you could buy 516 homes in LA for the list price (the average list price is $483,830), and 22 homes would fit inside the 38,000 square-foot property (the average square footage is 1,700).

Or for New Yorkers, that's 143 studio micro-apartments.

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