Pictures #1,2,3 – This stately 30,000 square foot colonial mansion is located at 9701 Sedan Avenue in Manteca, CA. The home, which is situated on 184 acres of pristine property, contains 7 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, 14 foot ceilings throughout, a library, a parlor, a 25-seat home theater with surround sound, a huge 2-story great room, a formal dining room, a family room, a gourmet kitchen, a music room, and elevator, a wine cellar, a swimming pool, a tennis court, a subterranean garage, and a heliport.

CLICK HERE to visit the home’s website

Picture #4 – This 31,000 square foot mega-mansion is located off of N Catalina Drive in Tucson, AZ. The estate, known as Campbell Cliffs, was featured on numerous television shows and has been on the market for $22 million for some time. The massive uniquely constructed home contains 24 rooms including a 1,200 square foot commercial kitchen, a home theater, an office wing with library, a gym, an indoor shooting range, tennis court, swimming pool, and 6,000 square feet of deck and patio space.

CLICK HERE to visit the home’s website

Picture #5 – This 30,000 square foot mega-mansion is under construction on La Paloma Road in Los Altos, CA. I love the design of the home with the 2 separate wings.

Pictures #6,7,8 – This newly completed mega-mansion is located at 503 Chapel Road in Sedona, AZ. The large mansion contains a 4-car garage and a rooftop conservatory. The home has 8,148 square feet of living space. The land was first sold  on 3/23/01 for $286,000. The construction of the home started in early 2003 and finished in 2008. That is a long time for a house that is not even that big. The owner of the home is Dr. Loan Cosmescu, the inventor of the laser that is used in Lasik Eye Surgery. The estate was listed for a short time at $29 million.

  • Kenny

    I would love to see the inside of the mansion in Tuscon, AZ. It looks amazing!




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  • Anonymous

    Kenny, that website for the 9701 home was amazining!!! I can’t believe how many pictures there were. WOW. It’s funny that they’d build this place in litteraly the middle of nowhere.




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  • Kenny

    Yeah, there are so many amazing pictures on that website. I know, I would never want my home to be that private. Also, that is just too much land for me.lol




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  • Anonymous

    Damn that is a big house.
    Nicely done inside also.
    The columns don’t look like they are finished though.
    Obviously this guy wanted a house that stands for something.




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  • Kieran

    That first house is one of the most impressive I have seen in a long time. I love the architecture and design. Its not your run of the mill pre-fabricated mansion. The interior is bespoke but totally liveable. Remarkable, well done. It is lacking landscaping, but i guess thats still to come. I find it interesting that it has New-Zealand Flax around the drive way! Do you know anything about the owner kenny? For someone to have Flax on their vinyard they are definitly inspired by vinyards of newzealand.

    The last house in AZ is such an eye sore. Vom.




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  • MrJohnWatkins

    Kenny, I enjoy your site so much. It is such a great way to take a break in the hectic day.




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  • nc

    The third house (Los Altos, CA) is U-G-L-Y! It looks like a hotel or something, not a house.




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  • Anonymous

    Kenny, you are my idol, I really appreciate you taking time to find these wonderful pictures




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  • Anonymous

    I live here in Manteca, by the 9701 Sedan mansion. Thanks for the pics




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  • Bri Gipson

    I just saw the mansion in Sedona today. I would love to go inside it though.




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  • george

    The name of the doctor who invented that laser is Ioan Cosmescu,not Loan.He`s romanian and the founder of IC Medical Inc,has numerous other medical inventions that are used all over the world.




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  • Sedonali

    The Cosmescu house is a hideous eyesore and everyone in Sedona hates it.




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    • Nanashi

      I just got back from Sedona. I saw the Mansion right across from the Chapel. I didn’t even think it was an ‘eyesore’… I was curious to see inside! Good for the doctor Cosmescu who’s able to build such a beautiful home. Has anyone seen inside?




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  • Raye

    Re the Sedona mega-mansion: Ugh! You’d think the inventor of Lasik eye surgery wouldn’t have created such an eyesore. It is a hideous blemish on the landscape as you gaze down from the beautiful Chapel of the Rocks. Quite a startling contrast between the simple, timeless elegance of the Chapel and the garish tastelessness of this mansion. I guess it’s true, money can’t buy good taste. As I beheld this monstrosity from the Chapel, this Biblical passage came to mind: “Again I tell you, it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of God.”




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  • Rebecca Cole

    My fiance and I visited Sedona today, saw the beautiful & majestic mountains, red rock region, and all the beauty God has created in that region. Also went to the Holy Cross church but we were a bit too late to get inside the entrance gates. The mansion across the street caught my eye as we approached. The wrought iron entrance gates to the home site were very ornate and attractive. I loved the garden ~ courtyard area with the fountain which was very inviting. I personally would love to have a room with a view of the beauty that sits outside the window. The structure of the home and positioning is tastefully done. Dr Cosmescu did not hastily build this dwelling…he took his time and approached this project with wisdom. I am sure the Sedona zoning board would have re-directed if not desireable. Bravo to him for spending those years learning and getting the knowledge to perform such eye surgery. His talent as an eye surgeon more than likely has helped many. Sedona should be proud to have him choose the area for his home. Not to mention he has probably brought a lot of dollars into the Sedona economy. I’d love to meet him and his family and see the interior. I loved it.




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    • Larry

      Rebecca Cole,

      You really shouldn’t comment on the beauty of this Cosmescu McMansion until you have seen how it has ruined one of the most incredible views in America up at the Holy Cross Chapel. Obviously you are more impressed with wealth than environmental beauty. You should also take into account how hard the actual residents of Sedona have worked to preserve their environment with harmonious design only to have one man put his ego ahead of nature’s beauty




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  • Larry

    That has to be one of the ugliest houses I’ve ever seen……As a visitor from San Diego I was appalled to see this hideous ‘McMansion’ simply ruining what has to be one of the most beautiful views in America. While the rest of Sedona has obviously worked so hard to preserve the natural beauty of their environment, this one arrogant, rich man (Dr. Cosmescu) builds a monument to his ego….




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    • Keith

      Beauty is in the eye of the beholder- I thought the chapel was way out of place and quite ugly to boot!




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