September 15, 2017 21:51 GMT by dailymail.co.uk

Michael Bay's former Bel Air home on sale for $45million

Michael Bay's former Bel Air home on sale for $45million

Micheal Bay's former California mansion is for sale for $45million. The Hollywood director bought the house in 1999 and sold it in 2014 for only $11.45million.

The house formerly belonging to Hollywood director Michael Bay has hit the market for $45million only three years after he sold it for $11.45million.

Bay bought the house in 1999 for $5.16million a year after his first hit Armageddon was released. The Bel Air house was originally built in the 1970s and had four bedrooms.

It also originally had four and three-quarter bathrooms, a dining room, a family room with a wet bar, a library, a pool and spa, as well as a theater and wine cellar.

The mansion was gutted and completely rebuilt in 2017. It is for sale for $45million and was purchased for $11million

The mansion was gutted and completely rebuilt in 2017. It is for sale for $45million and was purchased for $11million

The 15,000 square-foot remodeled mansion has a covered dining room with views of downtown Los Angeles and is an upgrade to the previous home (pictured)
The 15,000 sqaure-foot remodeled mansion has a covered dining room with views of downtown Los Angeles

The 15,000 square-foot remodeled mansion has a covered dining room with views of downtown Los Angeles (right) and is an upgrade to the previous home (left)

The family room in the 2017 house does not even look like it's the same property as the 2014 home (pictured)
The family room in the 2017 house (pictured) does not even look like it's the same property as the 2014 home

The family room in the 2014 house (left) looks completely different than the new family room in 2017 (right)

The outdoor pool also got a major upgrade. It is now an infinity pool compared to the more standard pool (pictured)
The outdoor pool also got a major upgrade. It is now an infinity pool (pictured) compared to the more standard pool

The outdoor pool also got a major upgrade. It is now an infinity pool (right) compared to the more standard pool (left)

Pictured: The movie theater in the house in 2014
The updated house features a state-of-the-art movie system, perfect for Hollywood's elite and exclusive

The old movie room is on the left. The updated house features a state-of-the-art movie room (right), perfect for Hollywood's elite and exclusive

The mansion now has five bedrooms, nine bathrooms, a wellness center with a serene zen garden and fully equipped gym

The mansion now has five bedrooms, nine bathrooms, a wellness center with a serene zen garden and fully equipped gym

It also has a glass enclosed wine room, a covered dining room, lounge and hot tub overlooking the infinity pool

It also has a glass enclosed wine room, a covered dining room, lounge and hot tub overlooking the infinity pool

Two billionaire brothers purchased the home in 2014. They completely gutted and redeveloped the house

Two billionaire brothers purchased the home in 2014. They completely gutted and redeveloped the house

The Bel Air house was originally built in the 1970s and had four bedrooms. It now has five bedrooms and 9 bathrooms

The Bel Air house was originally built in the 1970s and had four bedrooms. It now has five bedrooms and 9 bathrooms

Two billionaire brothers, Ian and Richard Livingston, purchased the home in 2014. They completely gutted and redeveloped the house.

The mansion now has five bedrooms, nine bathrooms, a wellness center with a serene zen garden and a fully equipped gym.

It also has a glass enclosed wine room, a covered dining room, lounge and hot tub overlooking the infinity pool and a mesmerizing blanket of city lights according to the listing.

If that isn't enough, it has a state-of-the-art movie theater, a three-car garage, and a 280-degree view of Los Angeles to the ocean.

The nearly 15,000-square-foot home 'exudes the finest of the luxury lifestyle and the absolute essence of California indoor-outdoor living in one of the world’s most exclusive locations.' 

Michael Bay (pictured above) purchased the house in 1999 for $5.16million a year after his first hit movie was released

Michael Bay (pictured above) purchased the house in 1999 for $5.16million a year after his first hit movie was released

It also originally had four and three-quarter bathrooms, a dining room, a family room with a wet bar (pictured)

It also originally had four and three-quarter bathrooms, a dining room, a family room with a wet bar (pictured)

The original master bedroom (pictured) was one of four bedrooms in Michael Bay's former mansion

The original master bedroom (pictured) was one of four bedrooms in Michael Bay's former mansion

Bay bought the house in 1999 for $5.16million a year after Armageddon was released and sold it for $11.45million

Bay bought the house in 1999 for $5.16million a year after Armageddon was released and sold it for $11.45million

Pictured: The exterior of the original house. The home was built in the 1970s in Los Angeles' Bel Air neighborhood

Pictured: The exterior of the original house. The home was built in the 1970s in Los Angeles' Bel Air neighborhood

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