July 1, 2022
The One (Reprodução/ YouTube)

The world’s most expensive house is up for auction for R $ 1.67 billion; This place has a nightclub, race track and theater – check out the photos and tour!

If you have (a lot) money saved, now is the time to spend it! The most expensive house in the world is up for auction, and it’s for sale, right ?! Named “The One”, “Only” in Portuguese, the property is located in the famed Bel-Air area of ​​Los Angeles (USA) and will be auctioned off on the Concierge auction platform from February 7th to 10th.

Currently, the mansion is valued at US $ 295 million, equivalent to approximately R $ 1.67 billion in current value of USD. But the same house is already worth $ 500 million, which equates to R $ 2.84 billion. This is almost a bargain, right ?! With agents Aaron Kirman, Brandon and Rainey Williams behind the transaction, if the property is sold, it is the largest online purchase ever. Wow!

“The One” has been built by developer Nile Niamey for the past 10 years and was recently completed. Now here it is: it never lived! With an area of ​​40,000 square meters, the place has a 360º view. From the top of the building, from the top you can see the Pacific Ocean, Downtown Los Angeles and the San Gabriel Mountains. In addition, the property is not less than 20 rooms, the largest of which is 510 square meters.

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The leisure area includes a private nightclub, infinity pool, hot tub, two saunas, beauty salon, jogging path, four bowling alleys, two-story library, 40-seat theater, tennis court and cellar for 10,000 bottles.

How much less or more do you want? Because there is a lot more… The house has a spacious floor, a philanthropic section, a gym, a cigar lounge and a garage that is very spacious and has the capacity for 30 cars, plus two rotating tables on display. Cars. Oops! I’m tired of writing everything in place! Check out some photos of the place:

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Since not everything in the rich world is flowers, the house was already demolished by the Los Angeles County Superior Court in order to get money for the builder Nile Niamey’s debtors. It accumulates $ 165 million in debt and debt, which equates to approximately R $ 940 million. Zees!