"Whereas average home buyers might be able to get the fridge thrown in with the sale, the fully furnished Bel-Air home comes with a $30-million fleet of exotic cars and motorcycles parked in the foyer, including a custom Rolls-Royce, a Bugatti and a vintage Allard. The four-lane bowling alley has shoes in every size, and the candy room is filled with towering cylinders of sweets.
Two wine cellars are stocked with hundreds of bottles of Champagne and wine."
Anyone want to guess the contents of those cellars?
Jim & Andy–Yeah, you focused on what was the point of the post. It struck me as a VERY odd mix of wines to put in the wine cellar IF you’re trying to market this property to a supposed billionaire. Of course, one possibility is that in essence it’s like using staging furniture when listing a property–it’s just a stand-in for what the cellars would look like when filled.
But still, if you’re trying to market this property to a supposed billionaire, are these the staged bottles you would use? They obviously spent a lot of $$$ on other aspects of the staging, including the vehicles. But the wine cellar contents seemed to include a lot of fairly pedestrian plonk.
There have been a lot of permitting issues in the Bel Air neighborhood, but mostly on lots with more slope, and when builders are trying to skirt the rules (more than usual). I’d guarantee that the neighbors will definitely be happy when projects like this are done though…