A Beverly Hills mansion that was the most expensive home to ever hit the auction block at $160 million has sold for an undisclosed sum.Bidding opened up in December for the ultra-exclusive Villa Firenze, which finally sold on Feb. 2 through an online auction, Concierge Auctions announced earlier this week. After the deal goes through, it will mark "the highest price ever achieved at auction for a single-family home," according to the world’s largest luxury real estate auction firm. In the 53 days before the sale, the compound's auction listing drew 33,000 views from interested parties in 170 countries, chiefly the U.S., Canada, U.K., Netherlands, Switzerland Spain, Belgium, Austria and Germany. From there, over 1,800 "prospects" expressed interest, and a total of 31 showings were held. Bidders from the U.S. and China ultimately made offers.