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Concierge Auctions set to auction off Bel Air estate The One

Concierge Auctions, the largest luxury real estate auction marketplace in the world, in cooperation with multibillion-dollar producing international real estate agents Aaron Kirman of Aaron Kirman Group at Compass and Branden and Rayni Williams of Williams & Williams at The Beverly Hills Estates will introduce buyers for the first time to The One – a 105,000-square-foot Bel Air estate set high above Los Angeles.

The One

Currently listed for $295 million, the property will sell No Reserve – meaning there is no set or expected opening bid – to the highest bidder. The auction will be held from February 7-10 via the firm’s online marketplace,, allowing buyers to bid digitally from anywhere in the world. This property is poised to make history as the most expensive home in the world ever to sell at auction and the single highest online purchase ever recorded.

Buyers will have a chance to make history by purchasing one of the world’s most talked about single-family residences, known as the largest and grandest house ever built in the urban world. The One, a true private oasis, appears to float above the very city of Los Angeles itself, elevated for maximum panoramic 360-degree views of the Pacific Ocean, downtown LA, and the San Gabriel Mountains. Carefully crafted for ten years, the property spares no luxury, boasting five vast pools and incredible water features both indoors and outdoors, a massive nightclub, full-service salon and spa, 10,000-square-foot sky deck, 400-foot private outdoor running track with a glass-walled view of the city, private theater seating over 40, cigar lounge, four-lane bowling alley, and full-service beauty salon. The first and last of its kind, a home of this magnitude will never again be built in Los Angeles, cementing The One in a class of its own.

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