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This article was originally published on 1/13/22; it has since been updated to reflect new information.
A Bel-Air abode that was once America’s most expensive home sold at auction last week, for a whopping $126 million. Known as The One, the 105,000-square-foot dwelling is *the* largest single-family residence and one of the priciest private residences in the world. This marks the first time the property was listed for sale.
Aaron Kirman of Aaron Kirman Group at Compass and Branden and Rayni Williams of Williams & Williams at The Beverly Hills Estates held the listing—which you can take a look at here—while Concierge Auctions managed the auction.
“The One is created for today’s billionaire seeking a truly unrepeatable asset, and when it sells, it will be the most significant purchase in the world,” Kirman said in a statement.
The estate sits on 3.8 acres and boasts 360-degree panoramic views of the Pacific Oceans, the San Gabriel Mountains, and downtown Los Angeles. Amenities include five pools, a full-service beauty salon, wellness spa, nightclub, 10,000-square-foot sky deck, 400-foot private outdoor running track—complete with a glass wall view of the city—and a Dolby Digital movie theater.
The massive abode also features artwork by Mike Fields, Stephen Wilson, and Simone Cenedese, including a rotating custom statue, a butterfly installation, and a bespoke glass sculpture.
There’s even a three-bedroom guest house with floor-to-ceiling windows, parquet flooring, a custom bar, four-lane bowling alley, putting green, wellness center, gym, 64-foot indoor pool, juice bar, tennis court, 10,000-bottle wine cellar, 30+ car garage, and more.
The online auction took place here, from February 28th to March 3rd.
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