In the US, sold the most expensive house in the country with a helicopter, cars, yachts and servants
• together with a helicopter, cars, yachts and servants
the most expensive house sold in the United States the country
In Los Angeles, put up for sale four-story mansion at the cost of 250 million dollars. At 3500 square meters has 12 bedrooms, bathroom 21, kitchen 3, 4 bowling lane, 40 the local cinema, panoramic pool bar, two wine cellars and the whole room with sweets.
The price of the house included a collection of cars and motorcycles on the $ 30 million. Among them is a custom Rolls-Royce, Bugatti and retromobiles Allard.
Another new owner will have at its disposal the decommissioning of the helicopter from the old US TV show "Airwolf" (it is parked on the roof).
To all of this is attached another mandatory status symbol - boat Hobie Cat.
The cost of the mansion includes the services of seven employees of the house for the next two years. For them to arrange a separate wing.
A panoramic outdoor swimming pool.
The room with sweets and table football.
One of the wineries.
In the mansion of 130 art installations.
The rooms are custom glass table tennis and billiards.
From the house overlooking the review of 270 degrees - from Malibu to San Gabriel Mountains.
The owner Bruce Makowski said that he was looking for the "perfect site to create the most outstanding and impressive house, located in the most beautiful spot in the United States."
"The house has absolutely everything. You do not even need to buy a toothbrush. "
"We recommend this house billionaire who wants to get all the best that there is in life. Until now on the market a luxurious lifestyle was not aloof, even close to comparable megayachts and private jets, for which their owners are spending millions of dollars annually. "
First record of the cost of housing in the US was $ 100 million: at this price have been sold of Playboy mansion, where he lived the founder of the magazine Hugh Hefner, and a house on Karolvud drive, purchased by the investor and entrepreneur Tom Gorse.