Whoa! You remember when I posted an aerial video of this home? Well, it is now for sale! The 40,000 square foot mega-mansion is the largest home in St. Charles County. It is located at 5 Lakeview Court in Lake Saint Louis, MO. It is listed at $14,900,000, which is more than $2 million less than what were anticipated to be the home’s anticipated construction and land-acquisition costs. Darain is the founder of the now bankrupt US Fidelis. The Missouri attorney general and attorneys general in eleven other states are looking into allegations that Atkinson and his brother, Cory Atkinson, illegally profited off their failed auto-warranty business.

The European inspired mansion is situated on 6.7 acres of lakefront property and boasts 9 bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, a 2-story library, music room,beauty salon, meditation room, observation tower, bowling alley, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, safe room, an 8-car garage, movie theater, billiards room, gym, art studio, and much more.

* I had to remove the pictures because they are copyrighted by the photographer. He told me I could buy the license for them for $1,500. HAHA, what a JOKE! Good luck getting that much!

CLICK HERE FOR THE LISTING

CLICK HERE FOR AN ARTICLE ON THE HOME

  • Supinder

    I am speechless… This is probably my favorite home that you have put up.




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  • Bryan

    Reading the article with all of the legal mess around this I don’t think it will be sold anytime soon. I just hope it does not deteriorate too much in the mean time…wondering if Atkinson was forced to vacate?

    They say theater in the amenities, but no further details around it where they owe ~$250K to a theater design company among their creditors suing and/or with liens.




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    • Barney

      I’m sure he was, Bryan…..among one whole Helluva’ LOT of other FELONS that I’m sure he committed. Call me totally negative and cynical, I don’t care…….if I had any money to bet, I’m positive that I wouldn’t lose a cent and would win however much, if I bet that he & his brother are as corrupt as Bernie Madoff. In my book there’s just as much beauty in the a REALISTICALLY AND correctly-proportioned home as there is in anything regarding the design, interior schemes, furniture, paint colors and art……know what I mean?

      I’m also positive that this house won’t sell this year, and will be amazed if it sells at all, really. People with that kind of money in THIS day/age/DEconomy, would chose Missouri as the LAST place on earth they’d want to live, let alone have a freakin’ FORTY-THOUSAND SQUARE FOOT monstrosity to care for. These #*@^!’s were obviously on the eternal, organic Crack Monster known as “GREED AND EGO” when they were building this thing. And these types never cease to amaze & disgust me, as when one of ’em (don’t know which) said in a newspaper interview that “this house was going to directly benefit the poor!!!”




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  • Stewie

    I don’t particularly like it. It’s big and all, but it’s kind of ugly in my opinion




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  • KEV

    I agree with pretty much everyone here–too big for such a relatively modest area as Saint Louis. It is awesome looking, especially that shot of the rear of the home…the cars look tiny compared to that monster. Likely will sit for a long time, unless, like Bryan said, an athlete wants it. I would guess the upkeep, including taxes and electricity, plus maids, maintennance and lawn to be in the 600,000 per year range, and that means just keeping everything up, not replacing things. That roof looks like it is slate, but might be some sort of composite that looks like slate–if it is slate, I would put the roof cost alone at upwards of 1 million.




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  • Elaine

    it looks very nice.. but it kinda sucks if you never leave home since they have almost everything in that mansion.. and yeah, paying bills and stuff is hardwork if someone bought that mansion.. 🙂




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  • Venom

    Great news for the sellers of this home.
    It might get sold sooner than you think.
    The Powerball winner last night is from MO, so I am sure they will have some money burning in their pocket for a new home.
    If I was the broker for this home I would get on that right away.




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  • Nita

    I love the web site! BUT! I also take umbridge at the comment about Missouri being the last place on earth one would want to be or build! There are quite alot of Mansions in Missouri, very beautiful ones in fact and they are not all in “st. louis”!




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