Bel-Air Mansion Asks for a 'Discriminating Buyer' -- That Has $45 Million (House of the Day)


Our pal @Ryan_Estately (of listing service Estately) finally pulled through this week, clinching a much-deserved #housepornthurs win by submitting this mind-blowing listing.

Nestled into a neighborhood of luxury, this Bel-Air, Calif., mansion is slated for completion in 2014. But even though that's more than a year away, the listing has already cast a bobber for a "discriminating buyer."

We'd say "insanely rich buyer" is more appropriate: The trophy home costs $45 million.

Located at the end of a cul-de-sac, the home will feature panoramic canyon views visible from floor-to-ceiling glass windows that will cover much of the home's exterior. Based on the listing photos, which are renderings, you should also expect to find an infinity pool and enclosed terrace constantly populated by bikini-clad models.

The six-bedroom, eight-bathroom home will stretch over 20,000 square feet. It also promises to offer a tree-lined driveway whose roundabout will appear to float on a pond.

The#housepornthurscontest is a weekly Twitter conversation hosted by @aolrealestate. Tweet listings every Thursday to AOL Real Estate -- with the hashtag #housepornthurs -- for a chance to have one of your submissions featured as a House of the Day the following week.

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