Real Estate Porn: Bigger Is Better—a Beverly Hills Mansion With a Moat, the Largest NYC Listing, and the PBR Manor

Our weekly roundup of the hottest new listings on the market. This week, you'll find a Beverly Hills mansion, the largest private residential listing in New York City history, the Pabst Blue Ribbon manor, and the highest penthouse in Miami Beach. You wish you lived here.

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Our weekly roundup of the hottest new listings on the market. You wish you lived here.

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Location: Palatial mansion with a moat in Beverly Hills, California

Price: $36,000,000

Size: 4,320 square feet

Key selling points: With features like a wet bar, a wine cellar, a 60-inch glass fireplace, an infinity pool, a rooftop Jacuzzi, a gym (with yet another bar), his and hers walk-in closets, a library, a writing studio, a home theater, a putting green, and a five-car showroom for your biggest toys, the word palace would come to mind even if this pad wasn't surrounded by a modern-day moat.

Listing: The Agency

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Location: Largest single-family home in New York City

Price: $130,000,000

Size: 62,000 square feet

Key selling points: The largest private residence to hit the Manhattan market has yet to undergo its renovation, but here's a preview of what's in store: a full spa, a gaming room, a screening room, an indoor tennis court and pool, an entire floor for the master suite, and another floor for the staff you'll need to keep it all running smoothly.

Listing: Brown Harris Stevens

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Location: The Pabst Blue Ribbon Manor in Glencoe, Illinois

Price: $5,950,000

Size: 14,365 square feet

Key selling points: This Chicago mansion was built for Pabst Brewing Co. president and chairman Harris Perlstein. Buy it to own a piece of brewing history or because the home's barbershop, full-service bar, theater, elevator, and study make it the most distinguished man cave around. And just like PBR, it can be had for a fraction of what the competition costs.

Listing: @properties

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Location: Highest penthouse in Miami Beach, Florida

Price: $7,490,000

Size: 6,000 square feet

Key selling points: With glassy, white-quartz floors, leather interior doors, three balconies, an entertainment sundeck, a Jacuzzi and resistance pool, and touch-button stereo, video, lighting, and climate control inside and out, this 48th-floor Florida penthouse (literally) can't be topped.

Listing: Sotheby's

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