The 20 Most Expensive Homes in the United States

The 20 Most Expensive Homes in the United States 1

1. Four story Mega Mansion in L.A. Bel-Air $250M

The most expensive home in the United States has just been placed on the market. The design of Bruce Makowky, this home is over the top with a full line of amenities and it comes with a staff of seven for upkeep. You’re not just getting a home for this price tag because it features more than 100 rare and expensive works of art, a $30M collection of rare and expensive cars, one of which is a Bugatti.

The King Kong of real estate required four years and three hundred workers to complete. It comes completely furnished and features a chef and masseuse among the staff. It features 38,000 square feet of interior space, 17,000 sq feet of outdoor deck area, 21 bathrooms, 12 bedrooms with two master suites and 10 suites for guests, a swim up bar and five more distributed evenly throughout the spacious interior, and three kitchens. The home theatre system features a 22 ft screen with seven thousand preloaded movies in the 4K projector. The sound is amazing with 57 speakers and 16 subwoofers, then add 40 reclining leather seats for guests and you have the home entertainment package in its entirety.

You can move among the four floors with 2 commercial elevators and check out the 2 wine and champagne cellars or have some fun at the 4 lane bowling alley which doubles as a lounge. Don’t forget your daily workout in the 85 ft infinity pool, the combination spa, massage room and gym or go to the rooftop helipad to take a quick flight to your favorite venue. The view of the L.A skyline is at 270 degrees and you also get to see breathtaking ocean and mountain views as well. We should also mention that the price includes two years paid salary for the 7 full time staff members. The location for this goliath is 924 Bel Air Rd
Los Angeles, CA 90077.