The world’s most expensive house has gone the market for a staggering £106 million – and it’s only got THREE bedrooms.
Jackson Land and Cattle is a 1,750 acre ranch set in the beautiful surroundings of Wyoming, USA, with incredible views of the Rocky Mountains.
It comes complete with equestrian centre, guesthouse and apartment for staff and boasts rolling timbered hills with aspens and evergreens, large productive hay meadows and fishing ponds.
But the main residence, which was formerly the home to US governor Clifford Hansen, only has three bedrooms.
The ranch is being advertised for an eye-watering $175 million (£106 million) and is believed to be most expensive house currently listed for sale anywhere in the world.
Its value is partly attributed to its development potential, with the property coming with permission to split the land into 35 separate residential sites.
However, the current owner, casino owner Richard Fields, ideally hopes any new buyer will preserve the whole land.
The property’s location also comes with tax benefits, as Wyoming has no state income tax or estate tax.
Jonathan Pierce, the property’s listing agent, said: ”You can fish and ride and hunt and you’re still only three minutes from downtown Jackson Hole.
”People wanting the absolute finest property in the absolute finest resort community in the country can give me a call.”
Jackson Land and Cattle is considerably more expensive than £75 million Updown Court in Surrey, which was the most expensive home for sale in the UK until it was repossessed earlier this month.
The most expensive house currently advertised in the playboy’s paradise of Monaco is a six-storey property for a mere £45 million while a 33 acre Bahaman island is available for the same price.
Bernie Ecclestone recently forked out £52 million on a Los Angeles mansion for his daughter Petra, having knocked a staggering £39 million off the asking price.