This $160 Million Estate Is the Most Expensive Home in the U.S. to Hit the Auction Block - See Inside

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After two years on the market, the grandiose Beverly Hills property known as Villa Firenze will be auctioned - and it will make history for its exorbitant price. This week Concierge Auctions announced in a blog post that it will be teaming up with Jeff Hyland and Rick Hilton of Hilton & Hyland to auction the property next month.
The bidding starts on January 26, 2021 and lasts until February 2, 2021. Buyers can bid digitally from anywhere in the world via the Concierge Auctions online marketplace. Once the sale is complete, this will be the most valuable residential property ever sold at auction. The house is said to cost $ 160 million and will go to the highest bidder.
You don't know anything about Villa Firenze? The sprawling 28,660 square meter property has been designed to make guests feel like they are in a quaint Italian village. It puts the Bachelor's mansion to shame, and it is perhaps the closest you can get to a palace in the United States.
The property is located on its own street at 67 Beverly Park Court in Villa Firenze. Beyond the gates is a beautiful courtyard surrounded by lush 40 foot tall palm trees in the Canary Islands. There is even space for up to 30 cars.
Photo credit: Hilton & Hyland
Photo credit: Hilton & Hyland
With so much parking, it's no surprise the house has so many large and formal meeting areas to accommodate guests.
Photo credit: Hilton & Hyland
Photo credit: Hilton & Hyland
Behind this architectural masterpiece is the award-winning master builder William Hablinski, who built the house in 1998. The house has a total of 13 bedrooms, 17 bathrooms and 8 bathroom halves. Design details include: marble and stone floors, arched doors, and numerous fireplaces.
Photo credit: Hilton & Hyland
Photo credit: Hilton & Hyland
Outdoor amenities include a walking trail around the property, a resort-sized pool, hot tub, pool house, and night-lit tennis court. There are also three guest apartments separate from the main house.
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Photo credit: Hilton & Hyland
Villa Firenze, previously owned by billionaire Steven Udvar-Hazy, went up for sale in 2018 at a list price of $ 165 million. With no luck, it was queued for auction to reach a larger audience. The house is available for personal demonstrations by appointment or private virtual demonstrations. You can learn more here.
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