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‘The One’ – with views across Los Angeles. Image – Youtube.,

One of the largest, and possibly most expensive, houses in the world is the 105,000 square foot (9,755 square metres) ‘modern masterpiece’ in Bel Air created by film producer and real estate developer Nile Niami.

Newly completed after an eight-year build, he hopes to sell the property for US$500 million.

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One of the five swimming pools. Image – Youtube.

The house is considered to be the most expensive private residence in the US, and one of the largest. Mr Niami has built homes for Sean (P Diddy) Combs, as well as Olympic rowers and crypto billionaires, identical twins Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss.

The architect-designer was Paul McClean. The property features a nightclub, fifty car garage, AMC style theatre, bowling alley, five swimming pools and sits on a plot of land at the top of Bel-Air the size of a city block.

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Aerial view. Image – Youtube.

If you have 35 minutes, part one of a full tour of the property is shown in this video …

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