December 1, 2022

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The One (Reprodução/ YouTube)

The most expensive house in the world is up for auction for R$1.67 billion; The place has a nightclub, racetrack and theater – see the pictures and see the tour!

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

Currently, the mansion is listed at a value of 295 million US dollars, which is equivalent to about 1.67 billion Brazilian reals in current dollars. But the value of the house itself has already been estimated at 500 million US dollars, which is equivalent to 2.84 billion Brazilian reals. It’s almost a bargain, isn’t it?! With agents Aaron Kerman, Branden and Rainey Williams behind the deal, if the property were to sell, it would be the largest online purchase ever. Fabulous!

“The One” was built by developer Niles Niamey over the past 10 years and was only recently completed. Here it is now uninhabited! On a land of 40 thousand square meters, the place has a beautiful 360-degree view. From the high rise building site, you can see the Pacific Ocean, downtown Los Angeles, and the San Gabriel Mountain Range from above. In addition, the property has no less than 20 rooms, the largest of which is 510 square meters.

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The recreational area features a private nightclub, infinity-edge pool, hot tub, two saunas, beauty salon, jogging track, four bowling alleys, a two-story library, a 40-seat theater, tennis court, and a 10,000 bottle cellar.

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How little or do you want more? Because there is still a lot… The palace has a panoramic rooftop, charity suite, gymnasium, cigar lounge and garage so spacious that it can accommodate 30 cars, in addition to being equipped with two rotating tables for displaying the cars. Offa! I just got tired of typing everything in its place! Check out some photos of the place:

Watch the house tour:

Since not everything in the rich world is flowers, the house has already been put under liquidation by the Los Angeles County Superior Court, to obtain payments to creditors of the builder Neil Nyami. It accumulates 165 million US dollars in debt and loans, the equivalent of about 940 million Brazilian reals. jeez!