Queen Bey may have ruled Super Bowl 50’s halftime show, but Beyonce and Jay Z came out the losers in a major bidding war over this $70 million mansion.
Purchased by Minecraft’s creator Notch Persson in just six days, the most expensive house ever sold in Beverly Hills came with several cases of Dom Perignon and one of the most incredible display garages ever constructed. How incredible? Think hydraulic lifts, rotating displays, and Persson’s amazing supercar collection that includes a huge variety of classic and modern vehicles.
The mega mansion also features eight bedrooms, 15 bathrooms, an automated 54 ft. curved glass door that leads from the living room to an outdoor infinity pool, iPad-controlled fountains and a ton of luxury furnishings. There's also a theatre room, candy bar, gigantic wine cellar and sleek games area.
Sorry Hov, looks like you seriously missed out.