Beverly Hills Mansion Comes With A Dinosaur Skeleton For An Extra $2 Million

Your own Jurassic Park.
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In the ever-competitive game of luxury real estate, agents need every edge they can get when it comes to making a sale. You'll often see homes with juicy incentives - such as an ultra-modern garage decked out with sports cars or a fully functional pub - to get buyers keen, but the addition of a dinosaur skeleton is the most outrageous thing we've seen yet.

The lucky punter that decides to splash out a staggering $54.9 million on this three-story hillside abode in Beverly Hills also has the chance to purchase the 100-million-year-old Allosaurus skeleton located in the entranceway for a cool $2 million. While that might sound expensive, considering the cost of the house, $2 million is pretty much pocket change, right?

The home itself covers 12,500 square feet and comes with five bedrooms, nine bathrooms, a games room with multiple televisions and a pool table, fitness studio and a deluxe chef's kitchen with mahogany cabinets, Miele appliances and two Armani Pietra marble benches.

The Calacatta porcelain-clad steam room allows access to an outdoor deck with a hot tub enclosed by bamboo plants and the temperature-controlled 600 bottle wine wall is great for those who love a tipple. There's also a large 12-seater home theatre with reclining chairs, a marble fireplace in the lounge room and a home bar made from rare Porto gold marble.

The modern garage has room for up to four vehicles while outside there's a large entertaining area with custom-made lounge furniture by Visionnaire, fire pits and a massive 80-foot-long infinity pool.

If you're interested in this property or are just after a dinosaur fossil to add to your collection, you can find more details by visiting theagencyre.com.

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