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You will not believe what the most expensive house in America entails, with a price tag of $350 million!

With the housing market booming these days, most people in America are just wanting a shot to buy a home let alone all the qualities they would love for it to have. Just when you thought your budget was a lot, you will not believe the price tag on the most expensive house in America right now. For $350 million, you could snag this home in Bel-Air.

It’s hard to imagine what a $350 million home would include, but this one is pretty magnificent. It was built in 1933, based off an 18th century classic French style. The mansion spans over 25,000 square feet and was previously owned by a billionaire named A. Jerrold Perenchino.

Perenchino renovated the entire home after he purchased it in 1986 — back then for just $13 million. He updated every room and every feature to the mansion, making it perfect for even people like Valentino to rent out every so often. You may remember the mansion in the hit television show “The Beverly Hillbillies.”

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Well, you may ask, “What is one to do with all this space?” The main estate is filled with a wine cellar, fully innovative salon, formal ballroom, and an industrial kitchen. There are several buildings on the estate for guests to stay in and for holding extra storage. The mansion would not be complete without its tennis court, 75-foot-long pool, and manicured gardens located all along the property.

The home has not been on the market for long, but people are wondering who will be able to buy this property! According to Coldwell Banker and Sotheby’s agents of Los Angeles, it will definitely have to be someone who is an established billionaire. Could you imagine the events you could host here? Most say it surpasses the Playboy Mansion, and Jay-Z and Beyonce’s new $150 million mansion not too far away.

Could you imagine living here? What would you add to the home if you could? Let us know in the comments below!

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