The Bel-Air, California, mansion known as "The One" is probably out of your price range, but it's still worth ogling. This 105,000-square-foot behemoth just sold for $141 million, making it the most expensive home ever sold at a bankruptcy auction. But the buyer still got a sizable discount: It was originally listed at a whopping $295 million.
The massive hilltop project, which has 21 bedrooms and 42 bathrooms, has been under construction for 10 years, and it's still not finished. Developer Nile Niami has racked up $165 million in debt and defaulted loans while pursuing his vision, according to real-estate website Dirt. The property was initially supposed to list for $500 million — yes, as in half a billion dollars.
So, what amenities will the lucky buyer get? The home has a four-lane bowling alley, a 64-foot-long indoor swimming pool, a 400-foot indoor jogging track, and a gym with a full-service salon and juice bar. There's also a 40-seat movie theater, a 10,000-bottle wine cellar, a cigar lounge, and a garage for 30 cars — which also has a two-car display turntable. Still not enough? There's a nightclub with a DJ booth, a "philanthropy wing" for fundraisers and galas that seats up to 200 people, and outdoor infinity pools on three sides of the building. Oh, and there's a three-bedroom guest house — you know, when those 21 bedrooms just can't contain your mother-in-law.
There's no word on the buyer's identity, but industry insiders say it's probably a developer who will improve the mansion and resell it for an even more eye-popping price tag.
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