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Take a look inside this $345 million super mansion

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Dubbed “the eighth wonder of the world”, this Californian super mansion is astounding. Take a look and see what a $345 million price tag can get you

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Take a look inside this $345 million super mansion

Ever wondered what it looks like inside a $345 million mansion?  In a video released of 924 Bel Air Road, you can take a look inside the grounds of this incredible Californian home – that comes complete with its very own helicopter. On the market for $250 million US, this house would be the equivalent of $345 in Kiwi dollars – and it’s not hard to see why.

From a huge home cinema to its very own bowling alley, a sweet shop to an incredible infinity pool, this place could house some serious dinner parties, pool parties, and everything in between. With stunning views across Bel Air, this truly is a Californian paradise.

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Created by Real Estate Agent Bruce Makowsky, this is America’s most expensive home, and targets a very niche market. “This house is the eighth wonder of the world,” asserts Bruce. The 12 bedroom, 21 bathroom mansion has five bars to relax in, a massage studio for unwinding, and an outdoor cinema next to the pool – for when your guests are bored of swimming.

60-year-old Makowsky wanted to create shock and awe in potential buyers, who will hopefully be bowled over by the opulent home. “There’s so much super-wealth in this world. It’s getting crazy. There are probably 100 new billionaires every single year. Super-yacht manufacturers are slammed with orders,” says Bruce.

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And if the house isn’t enough to sway potential buyers, it also comes with its very own helicopter, and seven members of staff – including a masseuse and a yoga instructor.

Some have been critical of this mega-mansion however, stating it’s in bad taste when 43,000 people are homeless in Los Angeles. 924 Bel Air Road also went on sale the same week that Oxfam announced 8 of the world’s richest people own as much combined as half the human race.


This article first appeared on New Zealand Women’s WeeklyFollow NZWW on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.


Video via
: Wimp. Images via: 924 Bel Air.
 

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