A Beverly Hills estate "fit for royalty", asking $195 million, has hit the market, making it the most expensive listing of the United States.

For the price, you get to own "The Palazzo di Amore (Palace of Love)," which comes with 25 acres of prime land, a vineyard of its own, a 27-car parking garage and 53,000 square feet of living space.

Listed by Joyce Rey & Stacy Gottula, the estate belongs to real estate czar Jeff Greene. He listed because he hasn't been able to spend much time on the property and also prefers spending his summers at his Palm Beach, Fla., home, according to CNN Money. Greene also used to rent the property out for a whopping $475,000 a month.

The estate has a 35,000-square-foot Mediterranean villa that has 12 bedrooms and 23 bathrooms. Interiors of the villa feature plush marble flooring, vaulted high ceilings, custom crown moldings, large hallways and huge glass windows.

The listing describes the place as a "lavish in proportion and incomparable in craftsmanship. Envisioned and realized by renowned developer Mohamed Hadid, with architecture by Bob Ray Offenhauser and design by Alberto Pinto," which provides for "spectacular vistas over sculpted canyons and jeweled city lights, is both exceedingly private and exceptionally convenient to world famous shopping."

Take a look at more photos of the magnificent estate here.

At $195 million, Palazzo di Amore takes the crown away from Le Palais Royal - the work-in-progress mansion in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. - which is asking $139 million and stood as the most expensive "officially listed" single-family home in the country.

But while Le Palais Royal was the most expensive "on market" listing, The Manor in Los Angeles has reportedly been marketed for $150 million off the MLS. Palazzo di Amore easily surpasses that one too.

Previously, the Copper Beech Farm, a mansion in Greenwich, Conn., wore the crown of the most expensive listing of the United States. The estate debuted with a massive $190 million price tag, but was pricechopped until it finally sold for $120 million.

Will this one sell for the lofty price tag?