Transcript for Inside the Most Expensive Home in America
You know, it's quite possible to live like royalty in America, if you have a couple million dollars to spare. You could have your own Turkish bath and a vineyard. Here's nick watt. Reporter: In centuries to come, people will look back and judge us for things like this as a culture. How do you stop curious tours tourists? We screen them very carefully. Reporter: Turkish baths in the master suite. 53,000 square feet, 23 bathrooms, 25 acres of Beverly hills. There's a vineyard. Is the wine any good? It's fabulous. Reporter: And Jeff green, the owner, worth $300 million. He's got loads of houses. Yes. Reporter: He wants $195 million, the highest asking price ever in the United States. That's the biggest couch I've ever seen. Outside, parking for 150 cars and a lounge for the chauffeur. And a stage, a green room, a revolving dance floor. We're moving. Reporter: So, what does this say about our culture? What will our great, great grand kids say about this? You decide. Nick watt for "Nightline," in Beverly hills. Oh, boy. Thanks for watching ABC news.
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