Another Bel Air spec house listed for $100M

The planned spec house in Bel Air (credit: SAOTA)
The planned spec house in Bel Air (credit: SAOTA)

For a $100 million residence, one infinity pool is certainly not enough.

A new planned Bel Air spec house, listed by Adam Rosenfeld and Kyle Giese of Mercer Vine, would have 15,000 square feet of space, six bedrooms, a glass elevator, and not one but two infinity pools.

Developed by California-based Woodbridge Luxury Homes, who bought the property in February for $14.6 million, it sits on more than an acre of late. Buyers also have the option to purchase the currently vacant site and its construction plans, Rosenfeld told the Wall Street Journal.

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The proposed house would feature a guest house, an indoor swimming pool, spa, gym, guest house and views of downtown L.A.

Expensive L.A. spec houses are having a moment. Just last month, a $150 million spec house in Holmby Hills entered the market as the second most expensive listing to hit the market this year.

In Bel Air, a larger spec house is under construction by developer Nile Niami and upon completion, it’s anticipated to be listed at $500 million. [WSJ]Cathaleen Chen