Inside the Minecraft billionaire's ultimate bachelor pad

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When Minecraft founder Markus Persson bought his $70 million mansion in Beverly Hills, California, he tweeted out a picture of his feet perched on a table in the gleaming white lounge.

That picture was all the public got to see of the house from Persson, but "Secret Lives of the Super Rich" got a full tour of the 23,000-square-foot modern mansion from its builder, fashion magnate Bruce Makowsky—and ours were the only TV cameras allowed inside.

"When I was building this house, my mission was to build the most beautiful house in Southern California," Makowsky told CNBC.

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Whether it's the most beautiful will be debated, but it is undoubtedly among the most expensive—and clearly the most expensive ever sold in Beverly Hills.

Makowsky, a former handbag and leather-goods tycoon who is attempting to reinvent luxury-home building in California, said he applies many of the same principals from creating a fashion brand to building homes.

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"When I was building my shoes and my handbag collections, it was always about using the finest quality materials and having a lot of textures," he said. "It's an explosion of the senses."

Some say the $70 million Beverly Hills, Calif., mansion Minecraft founder Markus Persson bought is the ultimate bachelor pad.
Source: Rodeo Realty | Bruce Makowsky

Some of the details he included are:

  • A massive living room with a 54-foot retractable wall of glass that opens to an infinity pool and one of the best views of Los Angeles and the ocean in all of Beverly Hills.
  • The ultimate candy bar. The house has a massive wall of candy dispensers with more than $200,000 worth of candy. Conveniently, it's right next to the home gym.
  • A gallery for your Bugatti. Every bachelor needs a place to keep their Lambo. But Persson's new garage is more of a high-tech viewing gallery, with hydraulic floors that lower cars into the home's downstairs lounge and giant rotating floors to turn the car to the perfect viewing angles.
  • A Bentley living room set. The living room has a sofa and chair set built by Bentley Motors, with its signature leather and wood. The cost? $500,000.
  • The wine cellar is stocked with hundreds of bottles of Dom Perignon and other fine champagnes and wine, so Persson will never go dry.
  • The 24-person dining table has place settings by Roberto Cavalli, priced at $3,700 each.
  • A lot of skin. There are rare animal hides everywhere in the house. The drawers of the men's dressing room are lined with alligator skin and the door to the cinema room (one of the most expensive in LA) is lined with Italian lizard skin.
  • Logos everywhere. From the Fendi logos on the rugs to the Bentley "B" on the couches, and logos in the paintings, this house screams status. The walls of the master bedroom suite were covered in a highly crafted material found only in Louis Vuitton stores.
  • Tons of art. From a giant Leica camera to a replica of James Dean's motorcycle and a massive $250,000 sculpture of a hand grenade and antique machine gun, the art in this house is plentiful but manly.
  • A gold toothbrush. Persson can move right in, since everything in the house is included. He even gets a special gold toothbrush made specifically for the house.

Watch "Secret Lives of the Super Rich" on Tuesday, March 24, at 10 p.m. ET/PT.