This Los Angeles mega-mansion is now the most expensive house for sale in the country, asking a whopping $250M. The LA Times reports that owner-developer Bruce Makowsky—purveyor of luxury handbags and, apparently, luxury real estate—spent 4 years building and curating the contemporary home, which he likens to a luxury yacht rather than a house. To that end, it is surrounded by a labyrinth of moat-like canals and an infinity-edge pool that give it the appearance of floating on water. The interiors span 38,000 square feet over 4 floors and house 12 bedrooms, 21 bathrooms, 3 kitchens, a bowling alley, a candy room and a movie theater. To sweeten the deal, the buyer will also get a luxury car collection worth $30M, custom furnishings, 130 art installations, a decommissioned helicopter parked on the roof and seven full-time staff members that Makowsky will pay for two years.