PHOTOS: Inside Beverly Hills' Most Expensive Home, Currently on the Market for $100 Million
This extravagant listing from celebrity developer Nile Niami comes with two gold cars and a champagne room
Record Breaking Real Estate
The ultramodern estate was built by Nile Niami, who has designed $40 million homes for P. Diddy and the Winklevoss twins.
Top of the Line
His latest creation is located in a hilltop neighborhood Hilton & Hyland notes is known as Billionaires' Row.
Among the house's many luxury amenities are two swimming pools. The one seen here features a 20-foot-tall glass waterfall.
The Champagne Room
One of the home's more specialized features is the"Cristal vault," a space custom built to hold 170 gilded bottles of champagne, worth $250,000.
An additional 944 bottles can be kept in the custom, glass-enclosed storage built around a formal dining area.
The home's public spaces all featue high-end finishes like marble walls.
Wide Open Spaces
Seven bedrooms and eleven bathrooms occupy the home's 20,500 square feet.
View from the Top
Motorized sliding glass doors open to a streamlined terrace that offers spectacular views.
The large gold scultpure guarding the entry was commissioned for the property.
Two gold-dipped cars - a Rolls-Royce Dawn and Lamborghini Aventador roadster - are included in the asking price, which leaves 8 more available spaces in the onsite auto "museum."
All Is Well
The wellness center includes a massage/steam room, hot and cold plunges, and a full-service salon.