For sale: the largest, most expensive home in US history

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Film producer and real estate developer Nile Niami is building a massive Bel Air, California residence, containing a 74,000 square-foot main house and three smaller homes, that he will try to sell for $500 million. Here's what that pocket change gets you:

-- Entertainment: 8,500-square-foot nightclub, Monaco-style casino and movie theater with seating for 45.

-- Fitness: three outdoor pools, tennis court, bowling alley, spa and gym with indoor pool.

-- Relaxation: 5,000-square-foot master bedroom with twin walk-in closets, bathrooms, sitting room, office area and adjoining infinity pool. “It’s like a private quarters in a palace,” said Paul McClean, the home’s architect.

-- View: floor-to-ceiling windows look onto surrounding hills, the cityscape and the Pacific Ocean. An elevator climbs to a 3,000-square-foot rooftop “sky deck.”

-- Contemplation: jellyfish tanks cover three walls and the ceiling of a room where shifting lights illuminate the undersea creatures. -- Parking: 30-car garage.

-- Visitors: 5,000-square-foot guesthouse with 180-foot infinity pool.

-- Staff: eight-bedroom quarters for the help.

-- Neighbors: fellow Bel Air residents include Nancy Reagan, the former first lady, and Tesla Motors Inc. Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk.

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