As homes get more extravagant, so do the furnishings and nothing says welcome to my $38 million abode quite like a 100-million-year old fossil. The $1.5 million Allosaurus skeleton is situated at the entry of this Beverly Hills mansion and will remain there for an extra cost. The carnivorous dinosaur is enveloped in 12,000-square-feet of immaculate living space and features five bedrooms, a 600-bottle wine wall, a 12-seat home theater, fitness center, and sauna with a Calacatta porcelain-clad steam room. Wrapped in 10,000 square feet of terrace, the exterior offers an 80-foot infinity pool, fire pit, and a double-side black marble fireplace, all with views over Los Angeles and to the Pacific Ocean in the distance. If displaying rare automobiles is more your style, there's also a garage showroom for four vehicles as well as a four-car motor court.
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