These are the floorplans of the 1st floor and the lower level of David Siegel’s 88,000 square foot mega-mansion. The rooms aren’t labeled, but you can clearly see what some of them are. On the first floor, you can see the dining room, the home theater, the grand ballroom, and the double staircases. On the lower level, you can see the indoor pool, 2-lane bowling alley, and the massive indoor ice skating rink. 
I got these pictures from this website. The company, Water Design Inc., designed the 4 swimming pools that are located both inside and outside the Siegel residence.
CLICK HERE to see the floorplans with no writing on them
  • Anonymous

    Hey Kenny…where it his MONSTER house located? I am wondered if stuck on a few acres or on rolling acreage somewhere (with serfs to tend the crops). At 88,000sqft one of the largest (if not largest) with someone living in it? Heck why not add on another 12,000sqft to top the 100,000sqft mark. 🙂




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  • Kenny

    The home is located on Kirkstone Lane in Windermere, Florida. It is the largest private residence in the country under one roof.




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  • Anonymous

    That ice skating rink is the only reason why this house becomes the largest in the country. Without it, it would be what, 60-70,000 sq ft? South Florida alone has about 5-10 homes that size!




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  • Anonymous

    I am surprised they built it where they did. I looked up the street on zillow and the biggest neighboring house is only 10,000sqft. The rest are between 5,000 and 8,000sqft. Building a behemoth like this I’d want it in a neighborhood of other monster homes. If they ever try to sell this home I bet it sells for $20M or less where there are homes 1/10th the size going for that.

    Location…location…location…




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  • Anonymous

    I love big houses as much as the next guy, but this is excessive. and adding 12,000 sq ft of space to put it past a certain number is crazy in reality. which is where this thing will be. what can possibly fill 12,000 sq ft that hasn’t been covered in the 88,000 other sq ft? I guess he could add a runway for his jet. or a personal aquarium. Not a bad idea, right?

    what’s the largest house anyone here has ever actually been in? I’ve been in a friends 10,995 sq ft home it enough. why 8 times that?




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  • Anonymous

    In response to 3:47am.

    The largest home I’ve been in is approximately 15,000 sq ft.

    It was not nearly big enough, as walking from one side to the other only made me a little tired.




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  • Kenny

    I have been in two 16,000 square foot homes. (one was furnished,one was not) I have also been in a 32,000 square foot house that was under construction at the time.




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  • Anonymous

    Back in day of the Vanderbilt’s with guests staying for weeks or months you can see the need for a huge home Biltmore House, but nowadays? Personally I’d prefer a 8,800sqft house with 100 acres of grounds.

    Some family friends own a ~10,000-12,000sqft home with a 1,500sqft cottage on a 6 acre estate. I’ve attended parties there where 200 people in their house felt like 20 in mine. They’ve got all the rooms you need to play Clue for real. 🙂 And the size is not just square footage, but the volume. My place is ~4,000sqft without high ceilings while their home has 10′ ceilings both floors…a two story foyer and leads into a sunken living room with a three story domed atrium ceiling.




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  • Anonymous

    I wonder how large of staff you need for a 88,000sqft mansion? I bet the salaries and operating cost of a house this size will exceed $750K a year.




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  • Mark

    I have been in several large home, from 12k+ up to 25k. I see this as the next generations goal. Well built legacy homes that become the base of operations for the successful entrepreneur. The downside of many of the larger homes I have visited is that they were built large, but without thought of upgrade built in. Especially in the electronics area. This can easily be overcome going forward. Design today for tomorrow. But go large. Very large.




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