A mind-blowing Bel-Air mansion Billionaire, developed by Bruce Makowsky, is the most extraordinary, exciting and dramatic contemporary estate ever built in the United States. And now it is also the most expensive one! The newly-built 38,000-square-foot home has just hit the market for $250 million. It features 10 oversized guest suites, 21 bathrooms, five bars, two wine cellars, a gym with Technogym equipment, three gourmet kitchens and three dining areas, a four-lane bowling alley with Louis Vuitton decor, Teckell Ping-Pong, pool, and foosball tables and a 40-seat 4K Dolby Atmos theater. There is also a $30 million auto gallery with 10 motorcycles, including an electric Lito Green Motion Sora, and 12 cars, featuring a limited-edition Bugatti Veyron, a 1936 50K Mercedes Benz, and a Pagani Huayra. They all are included in the sale!
Five years ago Bruce Makowsky embarked on a mission to find a setting worthy of creating such masterpiece as Billionaire. The spot was found in the hills of Bel Air, within the platinum triangle of Beverly Hills, Holmby Hills, and Bel Air. Built upon the single most spectacular view in California, this property has an unrivaled 270˚ view that extends from the snow-capped San Gabriel Mountains to the sun-drenched shores of Malibu. Visitors can experience the heart of Los Angeles in one expansive panorama, a singular achievement for California real estate.
Inspired by the design of luxury yachts, the Billionaire estate’s four stories are stacked in a horseshoe shape around a 85-foot infinity pool and 17,000-square-foot entertainment space. The goal with the estate was simple – every inch of the property in the home had to be innovative, flawless, and meticulously curated.
The estate is decorated with an extensive collection of artwork, like a huge metallic sculpture of a Leica camera by Chinese artist Liao Yibai, a vertical pinball machine made from Veuve Clicquot Champagne bottles, and framed Rock Royalty custom guitars. The price includes a functional Hobie 16 catamaran and an original Bell 222A helicopter from the television series Airwolf that has been renovated and fitted with Hermès and Louis Vuitton leather.