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There are apartments in New York City going for $4,500 per month that we label as “overpriced,” and then there are $95 million penthouses towering above Central Park that are actually unobtainable.

If you thought living in the tallest residential building within the Western Hemisphere might be cool, what do you think about the most expensive home in the United States? Here’s a hint: It makes the $95 million penthouse look like a scam.

The most expensive home in the United States is located in (where else?) Beverly Hills.

You can call it Palazzo di Amore. It has a nice ring to it, doesn’t it? Not to mention an even nicer price tag of $195 million.

That’s right. You can spend your money twice for two units in New York City’s newest, lavish residential building for the price of this California home.

Why is it $195 million, you ask? Well, you do the math.

This home, which is clearly fit for a king and/or queen, features glass floors, 12 bedrooms, its own vineyard and tennis court. These are just a few incentives, in case you’re interested in calling up Coldwell Banker and dropping that down payment!

A $195 million home sounds cool, but what does it look like?! Check out the photos below and see for yourself.

Behold, the most expensive home in the United States. Not too shabby, huh?

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It looks more like a palace in paradise than a house…

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Who wouldn’t want to be greeted by this insane entryway, a glowing Baccarat chandelier and dual staircases? It’s the American dream.

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If you’re paying $195 million for your home, you have to have hand-painted ceilings, glass floor walkways and walls covered in silk.

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In addition to its 12 bedrooms and 23 bathrooms, Palazzo di Amore features its own vineyard and wine cellar.

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As you can tell from these photos, each part of the house possesses its own vibe. Nothing is the same.

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Especially not this 15,000-square-foot entertainment center. It features a ballroom that can hold a capacity of 250 people. Now, that’s a living room!

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Sure, the interior of the house is cool and all…

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…but let’s check out the exterior. Isn’t it just breathtaking? For $195 million, it better be. I mean, that’s a 128-foot scenic pool you’re looking at!

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Here’s the pool area where you can lounge, swim and sunbathe while looking down at everyone who doesn’t own the country’s most expensive home.

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Poolside refreshments, anyone?

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We’re not done. The Palazzo di Amore estate also features a 27-car garage because if you own this house, you probably own 27 cars. You can also fit an additional 150 cars on the property.

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There you have it: garages the size of parking lots, Turkish-style spa facilities, vineyards, scenic pools, silk walls and glass walkways. Convinced enough to make that down payment?

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Read more: http://elitedaily.com/envision/expensive-house-united-states-costs-195-million-photos/844962/