Holy Cow!!! I’m in shock. This has OFFICIALLY made my day! It was reported a year ago that timeshare mogul David Siegel (owner of Westgate Resorts) had put the construction of his super mansion, dubbed Versailles, on hold because of the poor economy. Well, it seems like David had other plans as well. The home, located at 6121 Kirkstone Lane in Windermere, FL, just hit the market for a mind numbing $100,000,000, which makes it the most expensive home on the market in Florida. For $100 million, the home will be finished to buyers specifications. It is also listed for $75 million if it were to be purchased in its current state without being finished. The home is now part of the elite $100+ million real estate club that boasts the $150 million “Manor”, the $125 million Fleur de Lys estate, and the $100 million Tranquility estate. David’s super mansion boasts an incredible 66,800 square feet of living space (90,000 under roof), which makes it the largest single family residence in the United States. It is located on a 10+ acre lot overlooking Lake Butler. The home is an incredible 200ft x 200ft and is 67 feet tall. It boasts a large boathouse, formal gardens, 13 bedrooms, 23 bathrooms, 3 swimming pools (one indoor), a 20-car garage, 1-story gatehouse with apartment, baseball field, 2 tennis courts, a 7,200 square foot grand hall with 30ft. stained glass dome, 2 grand staircases, 30-seat formal dining room, 1,110 square foot main kitchen, 10 satellite kitchens, his-and-her offices with 12ft. aquarium, 2-story wine cellar, rock grotto with 3 spas and 80ft waterfall, fitness center, a 2-lane bowling alley, an indoor roller rink, video arcade, children’s wing with home theater and multiple living areas, an adult home theater with balcony, and a 1/2 acre main pool deck.
First of all, can you say excessive?! Ugh, I am out of breath. I never seen a home with that many features/amenities before. Who the hell needs 10 kitchens?! By the way, the Brazilian mahogany french doors cost $4 million alone! To be honest, I really don’t think this home has a chance of selling. The other $100+ million homes are all completely finished and located in much better areas. Do you know how long it would take to complete a mansion of this caliber?! What do you think? I would LOVE to hear your thoughts.