The Most expensive house in the United States is up for auction

This elegant French chateau-style estate in Los Angeles’ Bel Air neighborhood recently got a $50 million price chop but is still the most expensive house in US.


  • The $ 195 million Chartwell estate is the most expensive house in the United States on a multi-listing service.
  • The property in Los Angeles' Bel Air neighborhood was the home of billionaire media mogul Jerry Bernchio, president and CEO of Univision, who passed away in 2017.
  • The massive 25,000-square-foot residence contains 11 bedrooms, 18 bathrooms, a 12,000-bottle wine cellar, a 75-foot pool, private gardens, and secret underground tunnels.
  • CNBC got an exclusive look inside.

Most Expensive house in US Have you ever wondered what the price of the most expensive house in the world is? Now you know! Villa Firenze is the most expensive house in the United States, priced at $ 160 million, will go up for auction on January 26, with no minimum bid and no reservations. This house is one of the most expensive houses in the United States and also the most expensive house to auction to date. Located in Beverly Park, the most exclusive part of Beverly Hills, the park in this home spans ten acres and the mansion is guarded by those who previously worked with Hollywood stars and billionaires such as Denzel Washington, Sylvester Stallone, Mark Wahlberg. Most Expensive house in US Villa Florence measures 28,660 square feet, with 13 bedrooms and 17 bathrooms. Huge windows are one of the main features of the villa, and the interior also has antique-style fireplaces and covered ceilings. Outside, a central floor fountain welcomes guests, who can comfortably park their cars in one of the 30 available spaces. The park has a golf course surrounded by exotic Canarian palm trees. Most Expensive house in US The house also has a two-story guest house, a huge pool pavilion, and a tennis court. There are a walking and jogging trail along the perimeter of the property. Other additions are lush gardens, water fountains, rose gardens, and multiple terraces. Also Read: Top 10 Home Buying Trends of U.S. revealed for 2021