In Beverly Hills, over-the-top living is nothing out of the norm. With perfectly-manicured lawns and extravagant mansions at every turn, it can be hard to stand out. If you happen to have $100 million, however, you can be the new owner of the most expensive house in the neighborhood (and some major bragging rights).
The home, simply called , contains seven bedrooms, eleven bathrooms, a 10-car “museum” (which has a gold Rolls-Royce Dawn and Lamborghini Aventador Roadster included in the asking price), two swimming pools, a 20-foot waterfall, a wellness center, and a full-service salon. Within the 20,500-square-foot house, there's also a champagne “vault” designed specifically to hold 170 gilded bottles of Cristal, reports.
Real estate agent Drew Fenton of even released a movie trailer, in typical Hollywood fashion, to get the word out about Opus, with its bounty of gold details and incredible views of the City of Angels. The cinematic experience features gold-painted women and is , magazine noted. Watch at your own risk, or skip to the photos below.