The most expensive home in the United States has hit the market.
The Bel Air, Calif., residence is now up for grabs for a small fortune of $295 million after the mansion was projected to list for as much as $500 million.
The house — dubbed "The One" — was stalled by construction issues, which caused severe financial problems for the developer, but now is ready for it's forever home owner.
If the infamous home finds its perfect buyer, it will officially be the most expensive home ever sold in the state of California behind that of venture-capitalist Marc Andreessen who paid $177 million for his Malibu mansion and Jeff Bezos who paid $165 million for his Beverly Hills estate.
The 105,000 square foot home is reportedly twice as big as the White House, boasting 360-degree panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean, downtown Los Angeles and the San Gabriel Mountains.
Made for the likes of a royal, the home is surrounded on all three sides by a moat and has 21 bedrooms and 49 bathrooms.
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The sprawling estate comes equipped with five outdoor and indoor swimming pools, in addition to its very own nightclub, wellness spa, 10,000-square-foot sky deck and 400-foot private outdoor running track with a glass-walled view of the city.
The walls of the residence are adorned with artwork by Stephen Wilson. There are also pieces featured by Italian artist Simone Cenedese and Mike Fields.
The home offers subtle, one-of-a-kind touches throughout, such as a two-story library that doubles as an office with a balcony, water features touching three windowed walls, and parquet flooring.
The estate is the perfect place to entertain guests, as it comes with a custom bar with a smoked-mirror backsplash and marble countertops, as well as its very own cigar lounge.
There is also a four-lane bowling alley, putting green, wellness center, gym, a 64-foot indoor pool with juice bar, tennis court, 10,000-bottle wine cellar, and a 30-plus car garage with two car-display turntables — oh, and did we forget to mention the private theater with seating for over 40?
The estate — listed by Aaron Kirman of Compass Beverly Hills and Branden and Rayni Williams of The Beverly Hills Estates — will go up for Concierge Auctions in February 28 if it's not purchased.
The lucky buyer may never have to leave the grounds, as the estate offers a full-service beauty salon.
The indoor and outdoor living spaces are perfect for large parties where guest can enjoy looking over all of Hollywood.
The entire house was under construction to further optimize the sweeping and spectacular views, which were certainly worth the wait.
The potential buyer will just have to cough up $295 million to call this palace home!