PHOTO: The world’s largest home is up for sale after almost a decade under construction.
The world’s largest home is up for sale after almost a decade under construction.
The gargantuan 105,000 square-foot mansion, located in the ritzy Los Angeles neighborhood of Bel-Air, is set to fetch a whopping $340 million.
The 21-bedroom, 42-bathroom mansion is not only the largest home on earth, but its nine-figure price tag also makes it the priciest personal property to go to market in American history.
The mansion – which is aptly named ‘The One’ – took eight years to build and required the manpower of more than 600 workers.
New photographs featured in Architectual Digest give a glimpse into the recently-completed home, which was designed by architect Paul McLean and decorated by interior designer Kathryn Rotondi.
The pair were enlisted to create the contemporary castle by film producer Nile Niami, who owns the five acres of land on which the mansion is set.
Despite the property’s giant size and lavish features, the interior looks low-key and very livable. The home has been completed with simple, low-fuss furniture and contemporary artwork
‘We wanted to provide that quintessential L.A. living but on a bigger scale’: Interior pictures show the home features floor to ceiling windows letting in the California sunshine
The world’s largest home is up for sale after almost a decade under construction. The 21-bedroom, 42-bathroom mansion is located in Bel Air, Los Angeles and is set to fetch $340 million
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