Staff Of $250 Million Mega-Mansion Have A Ferrari And Rolls-Royce To Enjoy

America’s most expensive house, currently listed for a cool $250 million, recently sent our heads into a spin and now we’ve received a particularly eye-opening titbit of information about the property.

It has already been widely reported that the house includes a $30 million car collection including a one-off Pagani Huayra and a rare, $15 million 1936 Mercedes 540 K Special Roadster. As it turns out, it’s not just the future owner of the house that will enjoy some sweet rides.

The seven, full-time staff being employed by the developer of the house will be given access to a white and black Ferrari 488 GTB and a Rolls-Royce Dawn. Yep, some lucky maids and chefs won’t only be working in one of the world’s most opulent properties but also be given free reign over two incredibly desirable exotics.

According to the PR manager for the property who we spoke to, the 488 and Dawn are “are owned by the owner but meant to be used by the staff”. So, while the staff won’t technically own them, they’ll be able to drive them.

That’s certainly one way to keep your employees happy!

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  • Kash

    I get giving them a nice car to use for things like errands and so you don’t have a POS Civic that’s half duct tape parked either in your driveway or in front of your house, my parents did the same thing but with 2 E350’s, but I think I would’ve gone for something like the S550e or Cayenne, or one of each for practicality and reliability reasons, or even a LWB Ghost so the owner could be chauffeured in it.

    Otherwise I like the house and if we could afford it I’d move to LA even though I hate that cesspool of a city, just for that main entry (pic 18).

    • ChrisInIL

      My parents didn’t care about my POS Civic in the driveway. It didn’t have duct tape, but did have some rust and the radio was loose in the dash. Damn good car.

      I doubt I would move to LA if I could afford this house. I have enjoyed visits there, but I wouldn’t like living in the city.

      • Kash

        It’s different when it’s your kid vs your staff. My dad loved bragging that both his kids’ nannies had their own, brand new E350, that he bought them to use as work cars. Just another way of flaunting.

        We both have family in SoCal, but neither one of us is dead set on having to live in LA to be happy, he liked LA a lot until he lived there for more than a year. If i had enough money to buy this house it’d mean i had enough to work very little or not at all, so i could spend most of my time relaxing and not having to run tedious errands. I could spend it doing nothing but day drinking by the pool and enjoying the views if I wasn’t shopping or traveling. I’d also start vlogging…

        • Finkployd

          how are the kids doing ?

          • Kash

            Mine? Still nonexistent. lol. Not really complaining though…

          • alexxx

            if you knew joy of being a father,maybe you would….complain…
            wonderful feeling…

          • Kash

            lol. Well i wanna be, i like my nephews, my sister has 2 of them and right now I’m watching them quite a bit until she’s done with some training for work. My main thing is I don’t want a kid under like 5. I like kids, but not little ones. I have been a major part of both my nephews’ lives since they were born and I’m over the under 5 stage of life. lol.

            I mean we are starting to look into the adoption process but we’re not 100% ready for kids right this instance, but we both want at least 3 kids, my husband wants at least 7… and he means “at least”

  • Big Black Duck

    all i can say is too many chairs…and not enough cars..

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