The most expensive home in Beverly Hills — which triggered a bidding war among celebrities and moneyed international buyers — has been snapped up by billionaire Markus Persson, the creator of Minecraft.
For $70 million, Persson got the 23,000 square-foot mansion and everything inside, including cases of Dom Perignon and two dozen Roberto Cavalli place settings at $3,700 a pop, according to John Aaroe Group, the real estate company that took care of the sale
The mansion, which John Aaroe Group describes as the priciest sale in Beverly Hills in years, has a candy room, an 18-seat movie theater, three high-definition 90-inch televisions that can screen panoramic views of Los Angeles from the roof and a replica of James Dean’s motorcycle. …
Via: Mashable: Gaming