In September this year, mega-mansion, developed by handbag tycoon Bruce Makowsky has been listed on sale for a whopping $85 million. Ultra-luxury home is now available at reduced price of $70 mllion. With savings $15 million, you’ll still get the most expensive Beverly Hills property. And the list of “all-inclusive” amenities remains same: Perignon-stocked 2,500-bottle wine room, $5,600 toilets, a wall of caramel onyx and an 18-seat screening room with a 14-foot screen and a $200,000 candy bar.
Not to forget a custom-made chandelier from Venice, Italy, that consists of 156 hand-blown glass pendants, the Roberto Cavalli place settings priced at $3,700 each, a chromed 50-caliber Ma Deuce machine gun, a 12-seat vodka bar, a 16-car garage with an elevator to move autos.
High-end brand names are everywhere: Fendi, Bentley and Louis Vuitton furnishings, Miele and Gaggenau appliances, Julien sinks, KWC faucets, Ralph Lauren lighting, Crestron control systems, Lutron electronics. The lids on the Toto Neorest toilets raise when someone enters a bathroom. There’s Via International audio and video.
The nearly 23,000-square-foot residence is set on roughly an acre in the Trousdale Estates neighborhood, and has eight bedrooms and fifteen bathrooms.
Some rumors says that Jay-Z and Beyonce are already said to have visited the house and are reportedly ‘close to buying it’.