Champ D’or, the 48,000 square foot Mega Chateau, is now listed with Briggs Freeman. The asking price? A steal at $27 million and far less than what it had originally been listed at! The home, which is located at 1851 Turbeville Road in Hickory Creek, TX, was first listed at $48 million over 6 years ago. Then the price went to $35 million, then to $59.55 million, then to $72 million, then to $65.5 million, and now to its current price. What a real estate roller coaster ride! I have a feeling though that the home will still not sell. Over the years, the Realtors that have listed this home have spent close to $350,000 advertising it and even throwing large parties. Mr. Goldfield apparently put $36 million into the house, so if the home sells at this price, he will actually lose money.
P.S – The mansion is finally visible in Bird’s Eye View!!!

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  • Anonymous

    This house is truly magnificent.
    Worth every penny.
    Which is rare.
    $27 million is a deal for this property.
    Gorgeous.




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  • Kieran

    I really hope they can sell this and to someone who's really going to enjoy it the way it deserves to be. I agree its worth every penny. I love the pool off the master suite, I've been looking for that photo for sometime. Cheers kenny!




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  • JDubble07

    I remember hearing a story back in '04 that Alan and Shirley had originally decided to put the estate on the market after a late night argument over who would take the hike down to the kitchen to get some Haagen Dazs.
    I couldn't believe it. A house that big and there isn't even a wet bar in the master bedroom? I'd sure as hell have one.




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  • Kieran

    We've all seen the video, we've all lookd around it on satillite

    Id live in that next to trailer parks if i wanted to live in america. With a helecopter its all the same.




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  • Brijbhushan Bhattadri

    The property is now being offered with much less land than before – just 25 acres of garden. The original offering was for around 300 acres. I wonder what happened to the additional land?




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  • Anonymous

    They built a trailer park on it.




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  • Anonymous

    I really don't know why the decision was made to build such an extravagant home with extreme detailing in the middle of nowhere.

    Bulldozing it would probably be the best choice.

    Sad though, because this home has by-far the best staircase I have ever seen!.




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  • Rich

    I live in Hickory Creek, about 1/4 mile from the mansion, yes, Hickory Creek is a small community and has a trailer park, however the majority of the homes there are very nice and well kept, ranging from 200K-multi million. The trailer park is going to go, land already is zoned. I moved to Hickory Creek to get a bit further away from the city and love the town and the surrounding countryside. Given the northern push of the metroplex, purchasing this home and/or land now, would give anyone a huge ROI in a few years, when land value in this area is going to skyrocket.




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