The property known as "The One" had originally listed at $295 million, but recently sold at auction for close to $141 million.
Richard Saghian, owner and chief executive of Fashion Nova, won the bidding war for the 105,000 square-foot home, according to The Los Angeles Times. The actual bid was $126 million but came out to $141 million with auction costs and commissions.
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It has 21 bedrooms, 42 full bathrooms, a private theater and bowling alley.
Saighian's previous home in Hollywood Hills had been involved in an attempted armed robbery last June. It led to a shootout that killed one suspect and left four others wounded, including Saghian's personal security guard. Saghian was not injured.
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