It finally has a price tag: $295 million. And while that’s a far cry from the rumored $500 million original asking, the 105,000-square-foot Bel-Air giga-mansion known as “the One” is all set to become the most expensive home sold in the US, ever. Of course, that all depends on the outcome of next month’s super-high-profile, no reserve, global online auction being masterminded by Concierge Auctions. Did we mention there’s no reserve? “The auction is really a call to action; a way of letting everyone know that ‘the One’ is finally for sale, and will be sold to the highest bidder,” Aaron Kirman, listing broker and president of the Aaron Kirman Group at Compass, tells Robb Report.