While it would be gauche to label this home a blue light special, the price tag on the country’s most expensive home has dropped. In a major way.
Eager buyers can now snap up this Beverly Hills home for a meager $149 million, a $46 million(!) price cut from its original price in November 2014.
The Mediterranean-style Palazzo di Amore is large enough for a growing family. With 12 bedrooms and nearly 25 acres of land, there’s plenty of space for several generations and enough style for Queen Bey.
Friends will never doubt your wealth (or taste) again. With room for up to 150 cars—just drive up the mile-long, tree-lined driveway first—epic parties are expected. Welcome (and impress) your guests in the enormous marbled foyer—topped by an oversize chandelier—and whisk them away to the backyard pool and spa overlooking Los Angeles.
The home offers allure for movie buffs and wine connoisseurs alike. An impressive wine cellar? Been there, tasted the vintages. But this estate also features its own sprawling vineyard and a palatial theater for hosting the world’s classiest drinking games (with wine from your own grapes, of course).
But you don’t need to be a glamour animal to love this home. Sporting greats who need to add another mansion to their stable of properties (Roger Federer, we’re looking at you) will enjoy the tennis facilities and endless room for recreation on the property’s 25 acres.
Only one question remains: cash or check?