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London Home Breaks World Record for Most Expensive Listing

In London, a home that's considered to be the largest single-family residence in the city has hit the market for a mind-blowing $484 million. ""According to Curbed"":http://curbed.com/archives/2012/09/14/listing-of-londons-largest-mansion-tops-charts-at-483m.php, if the home ""achieves anything close to its ├âÔÇÜ├é┬ú300 million ($484 million) list price,"" it will become the most expensive property ever sold in London.

The palatial 60,000-square-foot mansion was comprised of four single-family homes, and the house now includes 45 bedrooms, 68 bulletproof windows with views of Hyde Park, and an indoor pool. The estate of the late Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, Sultan bin Abdulaziz, currently owns the posh pad, and to break the previous London sales record set by the Park Place estate, the luxurious property would have to sell for more than $226 million.


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