Sure, America is home to many "luxurious" homes, but this one, far and away, takes the title as the most ridiculous.

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The giant Beverly Hills estate is on the market for $250 million and contains 38,000 square feet of living space, 12 bedrooms, 21 bathrooms, three kitchens, a movie room, a bowling alley, $30 million of art, and $15 million worth of cars. If you're looking to write one check to become a bona fide rich guy, this is probably the house for you...assuming you can afford it.

The Bel-Air mansion just hit the market on Wednesday, so it's making headlines all over the world with its debut.

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As you can see, "decadent" doesn't even begin to describe this place.

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That's four (FOUR!) foosball tables in front of candy towers.

Here's the bowling alley, which I'm guessing wouldn't get used but once or twice by the owner of the house.

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The media room cost $2 million to finish out and seats 40.

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That's an Hermes blanket on the wall, covered in pearls and gems.

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This giant camera sculpture greets you at the front entrance.

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The art over the property is predominately celebrity-driven, but there are some gun themes and even nautical themes sprinkled throughout.

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Vintage gas cans from the 1890s? Ok...

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Here's a Hobie Cat next to the pool, even though you're about ten miles from the ocean.

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I guess it's just for show.

More guns, if that's your type of art.

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For some reason, the helicopter from TV's Airwolf sits atop the house's roof. It took 12 months to restore.

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Is that doin' it for ya?

Some historically significant electric guitars flank a hallway.

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This crazy home was dreamed up by handbag entrepreneur Bruce Makowsky, based largely on the (insane) life he leads.

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As you can see, you've got pictures of boats and a real view of the helicopter from this table.

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Included in the asking price are 130 works of art.

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The estate boasts not one, but two wine cellars.

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Because three would be overkill, I guess.

Makowsky oversaw every detail of the home, for better or worse.

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It's got a bizarre Vueve Cliquot art installation.

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The whole thing took four year to build as a spec home.

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There are "only" 1,810 billionaires in the world who cold afford this.

250 workers had a hand in building this impressive (if not tasteful) estate.

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Oh yeah. The cars...

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The garage features 12 luxury cars, including a Pagani worth $2 million and a $15 million (yup) Von Krieger 1936 Mercedes that you probably wouldn't want to drive.

The developer made this home self-contained for people who want everything on their property should they not want to leave.

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They won't be throwing an open-house, sadly, but will instead target select few individuals.

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There are 540 billionaires in the US, all of whom are surely targets for the sales team.

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Here's the man behind it all, Bruce Makowsky.

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What do you think? Over-the-top good or over-the-top bad?