Hollywood mega-mansion on sale along with Decentraland replica property

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A HOLLYWOOD mansion is up for sale at $9.4million – with the option to also buy a metaverse replica.

A 1928 Beverly Hills property has been put on the market for potential buyers.

The 607 North Arden Drive house comes with five bedrooms, a one bedroom guest house, and a pool as part of its stunning 14,100-square-foot lot.

And while millionaire homes in Los Angeles are often unique in design and layout, this house is hoping to be a trend setter.

Unusually, the Spanish-style mansion has a sister house in the virtual world Decentraland.

The add-on is available for an extra $100,000.

Listing agent Rochelle Maize said: “You buy a house in the flats of Beverly Hills and you get the house in the metaverse.”

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The property in Decentraland is an eight-bedroom Georgian-style house.

While not a copy of the current physical property at 607 North Arden Drive, plans have already been completed for demolishing the nearly 100-year old home and replacing it with the metaverse design.

The radical plans have led to the California home being nicknamed as the “Beverly Hills Meta House”.

Maize said she had been working on the idea of selling a home with a metaverse equivalent “for months”.

After getting the seller’s approval to carry through with the idea, she teamed up with virtual developer LEDY to create the Decentraland property.

“In terms of marketing, we want to develop this bridge between the real life and the virtual life, so that’s why we brought Rochelle on board to bring clients who would potentially be interested in the metaverse from the real-life community,” said LEDY co-founder Mark Emtiaz.

“You can go to the house in Decentraland and visit the house and walk around it.

“It will live in Decentraland.”

Those wishing to buy the physical Spanish mansion are not required to purchase the metaverse extra, but there is hope a potential buyer will be intrigued enough to take a dip into the virtual future.

Although the house listing is causing a stir in La La land, it is not the first property to be sold with a metaverse twin.

Earlier this year, a $36million stately home in Surrey, England was put on the market along with an NFT containing the copyright and virtual version of the home.

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