Lavish California Mansion Sells For $102 Million

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Fleur de Lys, a sprawling estate in Los Angeles, has been scooped up by a deep-pockets buyer for $102 million, making it the highest price home sale ever recorded in the county.

Three anonymous billionaires duked it in a bidding war before one emerged victorious, settling on an all-cash deal for the home that included antique furnishings, according to the Los Angeles Times.

The lavish 50,000-square foot estate looks like a version of Versailles. The main house is reached by driving down a half mile long tree-lined private driveway, according to the Westside Estate Agency, which listed Fleur de Lys.

The estate sits on five acres in Los Angeles' Westside and boasts a dozen bedrooms.

It was previously owned by socialite Suzanne Saperstein, who first listed the property in 2007.

PHOTO: Fleur de Lys Mansion
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PHOTO: Fleur de Lys Mansion

PHOTO: Fleur de Lys Mansion
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PHOTO: Fleur de Lys Mansion

PHOTO: Fleur de Lys Mansion
Redfin.com
PHOTO: Fleur de Lys Mansion

PHOTO: Fleur de Lys Mansion
Redfin.com
PHOTO: Fleur de Lys Mansion

PHOTO: Fleur de Lys Mansion
Redfin.com
PHOTO: Fleur de Lys Mansion

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