Palazzo di Amore

Palazzo di Amore is a house in Beverly Hills, California. In November 2014, it was cited as being the most expensive residential complex in the United States, listed at $195 million,[1] with 53,000 square feet of living space. The compound is being sold by Jeff Greene, a real estate billionaire who purchased the property for around $35 million and spent the next several years renovating it with the help of developer Mohamed Hadid, architect Bob Ray Offenhauser, and designer Alberto Pinto. The property was relisted for sale in 2017 with an asking price of $129 million.

The completed house is 53,000 square feet, with 12 bedrooms including a 5,000-square foot master suite; 25 bathrooms; a 15,000 square foot entertainment center with bowling alley, 50-seat state-of-the-art movie theater, and discotheque; a 24-car garage; and 25 acres of grounds including a wine-producing vineyard, 150-person infinity pool, reflecting pool, and tennis court, parking for approximately 150 cars, guard house, private driver's quarters, guest house, wine cellar, spa, formal gardens and city-to-ocean views.

The 35,000 square foot main residence, with the total complex clocking in at 53,000 square feet, boasts a who's who of luxury amenities. There's a grand chef's kitchen with a walk-in refrigerator, a 3,500 bottle wine cellar and tasting room, a separate 10,000 bottle wine cellar, descending twin curving staircases made of you guessed it more marble, 27 car garage with room for 150 more cars on the property outside, an elevator, a game room, a breakfast room, staff quarters with separate kitchens and entry, and a 5,000 square foot master suite. The average US home can fit in there!

The amenities don't end there. The twelve bedroom, twenty seven bathroom Palazzo has a Turkish spa on the property with tiles made by the workers of the King of Morocco. And then there's the entertainment center ... or to describe it more accurately, an entertainment complex. The 15,000 square foot entertainment area includes a two lane bowling alley, a 50 seat movie theater with dressing rooms as it can also double as a stage theater, and for those 1,000 guests the entertainment complex can hold, there's a discotheque/ballroom with DJ booth, laser lights, and revolving dance floor to dance the night away.

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