Real Estate

The 250 Million USD Bel Air Mega Mansion

Built in 2017 by famed real estate developer Bruce Makowsky, this luxury home located on 924 Bel Air Rd. Los Angeles, California was placed on the market for a groundbreaking $250,000,000USD.  This piece of real estate may very well be Bruce Makowsky’s greatest masterpiece, as it even set the record for the most expensive home listed in the United States.  Situated in the ultra-exclusive Bel Air Enclave, the home offers 38,000 square-feet as well as an additional 17,000 square-feet of entertainment decks.

This extravagant Los Angeles home features 2 master suites, 10 over-sized VIP guest suites, 21 deluxe bathrooms, 3 gourmet kitchens and the most cutting-edge home tech system ever created.  In addition, it also includes a 85-foot glass tile infinity swimming pool, an impressive wellness spa/massage studio, a state-of-the-art fitness center, 5 bars, a 40-seat 4K Dolby Atmos Theater, 4 lane bowling alley/lounge, 2 fully-stocked champagne & wine cellars, outdoor pop-up theater, a grand candy dispenser wall, 7 round-the-clock staff personnel and an auto showroom.

The house’s auto showroom is particularly extravagant as it harbors $30 million worth of avant garde motorcycles and automobiles, which will also be included when sold.  The home has a total of four levels with an array of bespoke items throughout as well as  indoor & outdoor nirvana complemented by 270-degree unobstructed views that stretch from the mountains all the way to the ocean & the incredible Los Angeles skyline in-between.

Its decor offers hand-cut stone & marble as well as a collection of over 100 curated art installations; this consists of  Lamborghini wall clocks, vintage gas cans & fire extinguishers, Gale Hart-designed chrome sculptures and a pair of Rock Royalty Custom guitars.  Being the gem that it is, the property presents wondrous views, matchless stone work, water features all around the house and one of a kind audio-visual elements.

Bruce Makowsky envisions the same explicit feeling one would find on a yacht in each of his homes.  He wishes to stimulate your senses by introducing you to a house that is the manifestation of luxury as well as being in immaculate condition with flawless attention to detail. Bruce Makowsky figured, why should a person spend only seven to eight weeks a year on their yacht, when you can experience a similar luxury in the comforts of your own home the whole year round.

On top of the home’s helicopter pad there sits the original Airwolf helicopter, which is a deactivated Bell 222A helicopter that was the main character on the TV series “Airwolf”.  The show’s plot was centered around the military helicopter, codenamed Airwolf, and her crew as they engaged in all sorts of precarious missions.  The helicopter was later restored with luxurious elements as well as outfitted with a new modern instrument panel in order to be a permanent installation for the house.  The property does not permit any helicopter use, so this Bell 222A helicopter will sadly remain just for aesthetic purposes, such as jumping into the cockpit and watching the sun set beyond the horizon.

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