The Wall Street Journal is reporting today that a Los Angeles mansion has been listed for $125 million, which would make it one of the three highest-priced U.S. homes currently on the market. Known as Fleur de Lys and located near Beverly Hills (but in Bel-Air's 90077 ZIP code), the mansion is tied for second place with Donald Trump's $125 million listing for a Palm Beach mansion. The current high-water listing mark in the U.S. has been set by Saudi Prince Bandar bin Sultan's ranch in Aspen. Colo., which is listed for $135 million. Located at 350 and 400 N. Carolwood Drive in Los Angeles, the Fleur de Lys mansion was completed in 2002, about five years after construction started. Modeled after Versailles and other French palaces, the mansion measures either 35,046 square feet (according to the Los Angeles County Assessor's office) or 45,000 square feet (according to the Journal, which presumably took its info from famed listing agent Joyce Rey). Features in the mansion include Italian marble walls, French limestone floors, gold-embossed leather wall coverings, gold-leaf crown moldings, a ballroom with ceiling frescoes, a library with a first-edition book collection, two kitchens, and a 50-seat screening room, the Journal reported. Other features include a pool house with a full kitchen, massage room and gym, a three-bedroom manager's house, staff quarters for 10, a nine-car garage and a