Once billed as America's most expensive mansion "The One" is set for auction with no reserve!
Created by former movie director Nile Niami and architect Paul McClean “The One” which can only be described as a giga-mansion is situated in the exclusive area of Bel-Air California perched high above Bel Air on four acres. The 100,000-square-feet mansion provides spectacular 360-degree uninterrupted views of the city below and was once billed as the “world’s most expensive home in the world” with a remoured proced tag of $500 million however despite also holding the title as one of American’s largest private residences as well this sprawling mansion is now heading to auction with "No Reserve"
Currently listed for $295 million, the property will be auctioned by luxury real estate auction ConciergeAuctions.com between February 7-10 via the firm’s online marketplace with the property poised to make history as the most expensive home in the world ever to sell at auction yet to achieve this the property has to sell for more than the $238 million paid by hedge fund manager Ken Griffin for the top four floors of an unfinished condo tower at 220 Central Park South in New York City back in 2019.
Ten-years in the making "The One" spares no luxury, boasting a 5,500-square-feet master suite, 18 bedrooms, 42 bathrooms, a 20-car garage, five swimming pools and an additional 3 bedroom guest house with amenities above and beyond the standard where residents can curl up with a book in the glass-encased library or perfect their bowling game at the home’s private four-lane alley, enjoy a film in the 36-seat movie theatre oh and relax in the jelly fish room there's also a 10,000-square-foot sky deck, 400-foot private outdoor running track with a glass-walled view of the city, private theater seating over 40, cigar lounge and full-service beauty salon.
The last of its kind “The One” Bel Air’s colossal space and size will never again be matched given the recently passed building ordinances which caps home sizes and limits square footage in places like West Hollywood and Beverly Hills thus providing “The One” Bel Air its unique selling point.