Futuristic Bel Air mansion which 'rivals 7 star resort' with floating DJ booth and NFT art gallery goes on sale for $88m

A MEGA mansion that 'rivals a seven star resort' and has its own floating DJ booth and NFT art gallery has gone on sale for $88million.

The luxury Bel Air home boasts a glass floor walkway, a tequila bar and incredible views of Los Angeles, stretching from San Gabriel Mountains to the Channel Islands.

Dubbed Palazzo di Vista, it was designed by real estate developer Dr Alex Khadavi in collaboration with Ali Rad Design Group.

The mind-boggling property is being sold at a very specific price – $87,777,777 due to the owner's passion for the number seven.

Spread over one acre of land, Palazzo di Vista has seven bedrooms and 11 bathrooms, which includes a master wing with a floating wrap-around deck.

There is also a glass-walled wine room and a theatre area big enough to entertain large crowds.

On the main floor, there is a retractable DJ table in the middle of the living room, which rises up out of the floor via a hydraulic lift.

A glass elevator also sits in a Feng Shui koi pond as large as a swimming pool with a Salvador Dalí clock.

The clock rotates every seven minutes and 47 seconds – the time it takes for nuclear fusion energy to happen on the sun.

One of the most unique features however is the multi-sensory art gallery, which agents claim is the first of its kind.

The collection is worth $7million and includes a non-fungible token (NFT) gallery, physical art and a car gallery.

Pieces include artwork by Ghost Girl, Andy Moses, Shane Guffogg and Jimi Gleason, though they'll have to be bought separately if they're to stay.

Throughout the entire home, you'll find carefully selected furniture and custom-made pieces, including a $250,000 custom Terezani chandelier that hangs from the ceiling and weighs 1,400lbs.

There's also a spa, a gym and even a detached guest house which comes with three bathrooms and its own chef’s kitchen.

Outside, there's an infinity pool that coordinates with the home’s music system.

There's also an outdoor tequila bar, champagne tasting room and water features that wouldn't look out of place in Disneyland.

As if that wasn't enough, you can also find a rotating 3-D laser projector that can cast light in the shape of a rhombus above the pool.

The number seven has been incorporated into the home several times, including in the measurements.

The property is currently featured in TopTenRealEstateDeals.com.

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