These two mega-mansions probably look like normal homes when you take a look at the front of them while driving, but when you take a look at the aerial views of them, it is a whole different story. These two homes are the weirdest mega-mansions I have seen yet. They are like big rectangles that have very little windows and look like institutions. Both homes are located at 2552 County Road 59 in Manvel. The first home measures in at a whopping 31,696 square feet and has 13 bedrooms and 13.6 bathrooms. It was once on the market for only $3 million! CLICK HERE for more pictures and info. It is owned by Dr. Ulysses Watkins, the founder of Family Care Medical Clinic. The second home measures in a mind numbing 60,000 square feet. It is also said to be owned by Dr. Ulysses Watkins as well. The home has a reported 20 bedrooms and a 13-car garage. If anyone knows any information on either of these homes, then please leave a comment or email me.

What are some of the weirdest mega-mansions that you have seen?

  • Kieran

    I thought you were going to say these houses were underground, Im so underwhelmed by these




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  • Chance

    It’s amazing that one of those is 31,000 and the other is 60,000 sq.ft. With no surroundings to compare them to they look as big as my 2500 sq.ft house.




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    • Chance

      Having been on this site for nearly two years and having seen at least 500 mega mansions, these still remain the ugliest and weirdest I’ve ever seen. If you would have told me they were 3000 and 5000 square feet as opposed to 31,000 and 60,000 I would have believed you.




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  • Anonymous

    I’ve been to structures like that. They were roller scatting rinks. 😉 Otherwise, they look like twinkies. Hey, where’s the cream filling?…

    60,000 sq, Damn!




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  • Kenny

    lol.




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  • Anonymous

    The interior looks like a nursing home! Absolute waste of resources.




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  • Anonymous

    so ugly




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  • nc

    Those are UGLY. I would prefer a tiny apartment to those.




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  • Anonymous

    Kenny, I can't take credit for this place, since someone else left a message for you of this house, but you've got to check the really weird looking mansion next to W Lake Rd & Michigan Ave, Vermillion, Ohio. (Google Earth it), I'm guessing that's a very easy way to find it. It is really cool.




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    • Nick

      Kenny have you seen this mansion that the guy said?

      I didn’t find anything weird on “next to W Lake Rd & Michigan Ave, Vermillion, Ohio”.




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      • Kenny Forder

        I didn’t find anything either…




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        • Matt

          It is to the left of joppa rd and w lake rd in vermilion OH




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          • Stefan

            A magnificent megamasterpiece!




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  • Nick

    The mansions are truly HIDEOUS.

    It’s definitely the weirdest mega mansions you’ll ever see.




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  • Kevo

    I was inside this house today and it’s insane… They poured the slab, built it, ran the electrical, plumbing, and hung 80% of the sheetrock and stopped and abandoned the house and it has been sitting for 6-8 yrs unoccupied, unfinished, and the lot looks as if its been abandoned….Come to find out online that it sold for $800,000 in Oct. of 2010, today in June of 2011 there’s another for sale sign on it….By the way, thge area where the Olympic size pool is, reminds me of a high school size gymnasium.




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    • Alyssa

      Hi Kevin! I was wondering how you were able to get inside the house. I am working on a project for my class and I am very curious on the history of these houses. I would love to visit the inside as well.




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      • Debra Gonzalez

        Alyssa,
        Hi, I am Debra, 58 years old. I believe that this is a cover story. I once saw an article, I cannot remember where (sorry) during the construction (a pretty long time ago 3-4 maybe 5 years ago), that a group of rich conglomerates, some political in nature bought this property and was starting this project as a fortress (bunker) for future disaster situations. The foundation was completed then and the walls were only about 1/3 completed at that time. There was curiosity and speculations from the neighboring areas surrounding this build that raised their curiosities, so social media picked it up and this story was the one i read at that time. if I remember it correctly, It was meant to be hush, hush, things are not all that they seem to be. The nursing home is a cover story. See if you can find earlier information. I am curious myself but do not have the financial resources to gather the information or I would research it myself. Let me know if you do, I would be very interested.
        Thank you,
        Deb




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