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Beverly Hills mega mansion worth $160million with 20 bedrooms and 23 bathrooms is set to become the most expensive property to EVER be auctioned – but has NO reserve price

  • The $160million Beverly Hills estate sits on nine acres and features 20 bedrooms and 23 bathrooms  
  • Property has a pool and pool house, guest house, tennis court, two bedroom guest house and a walking trail
  • It also features marble and stone flooring, arched doorways and multiple fireplaces, according to the listing 
  • Home belongs to Steven Udvar-Hazy and is set to become the most expensive property to ever be auctioned
  • It is the largest in North Beverly Park – a gated community that actors Denzel Washington, Sylvester Stallone and Eddie Murphy call home
  • Concierge Auctions will auction the home, which was built by architect William Hablinski, with no reserve 
  • Udvar-Hazy is considered one of the founders of the aircraft leasing industry and has net worth of $4billion  

By Valerie Edwards For Dailymail.com

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A Beverly Hills mega mansion is set to become the most expensive property to ever be auctioned, after it was listed for a cool $160million.

The Villa Firenze estate features 20 bedrooms and 23 bathrooms, and is currently owned by billionaire Air Lease Corporation CEO Steven Udvar-Hazy.

The property was previously listed in 2018 for $165million, but is now going up for auction with a guide price of $160million.

And there is reportedly no reserve price on the auction, so a lucky buyer could snap it up for a lot less.

The home – which was built by architect William Hablinski sits on nine acres and can be accessed by its own street, according the listing from Hilton & Hyland.  

It took more than seven years to build and is the largest in North Beverly Park – a gated community that is also home to actors Denzel Washington, Sylvester Stallone and Eddie Murphy. 

A $160million Beverly Hills mega mansion that belongs to billionaire Steven Udvar-Hazy is set to become the most expensive property to ever be auctioned

The property, which features 20 bedrooms and 23 bathrooms, was previously listed in 2018 by Udvar-Hazy, the CEO of Air Lease Corporation, for $165million

According the listing from Hilton & Hyland , the estate, which is called Villa Firenze, sits on nine acres and can be accessed by its own street. The home took over seven years to build and is the largest in North Beverly Park

According to the listing, the estate has expansive gates that open to a 30-car courtyard surrounded by 40-foot-tall Canary Island palms. 

‘Inside the mansion, approximately 20,000 square feet afford every possible amenity from high ceilings to large and formal gathering areas to small and intimate spaces,’ the listing reads. 

The property also boasts a four acre backyard that offers views to a pool with a pool house, two-story guesthouse, tennis court, two bedroom guest house and a walking/jogging trail. 

It also features marble and stone flooring, arched doorways and multiple fireplaces. There’s even the possibility of expansion on a separate lot that comes with the home.    

In a statement, Steven Udvar-Hazy (pictured) said: ‘We look forward to finding an owner as unique as this piece of real estate on auction day.’ Udvar-Hazy is considered one of the founders of the aircraft leasing industry. He has a net worth about $4billion

 ‘Inside the mansion, approximately 20,000 square feet afford every possible amenity from high ceilings to large and formal gathering areas to small and intimate spaces,’ the listing reads

It also features marble and stone flooring, arched doorways and multiple fireplaces. There’s even the possibility of expansion on a separate lot that comes with the home

Concierge Auctions will carry out the sale, but have not yet listed a date for the auction on their website. 

In a statement to CNBC, Udvar-Hazy said: ‘We look forward to finding an owner as unique as this piece of real estate on auction day.’

Udvar-Hazy immigrated to New York from Hungary when he was young and started International Lease Finance in the early 70s. 

The company was sold to American International Group in 1990 for $1.3billion. 

Udvar-Hazy, who is considered one of the founders of the aircraft leasing industry, has a net worth about $4billion. 

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