We’ve got the house for you. Details on Bel Air’s ginormous property known as “The One” for its ginormity were shared with Architectural Digest for the first time this week.
- 105,000 sq. ft.
- 21 bedrooms, 42 bathrooms, 30-car garage “gallery,” five swimming pools
- Bowling alley, 30-seat movie theater, full-service hair and beauty salon
Pretty staggering. But we did find one oversight: the property’s moat only covers three sides, leaving the fourth vulnerable to invaders.
The asking price? At a reported $340 million,AD calls it “America’s priciest home.” And in case the 10,000-sq.-ft. sky deck doesn’t convince its eventual owner their home is one of a kind, recently passed city ordinances mean a house of this size will never again be approved in Los Angeles.
We know what you’re thinking and we agree, this property would make a great plotline for Season 4 of Selling Sunset. Sadly for reality TV fans, brokers at Compass and The Beverly Hills Estates nabbed the listing.
source : Morning Brew