This 25,356 square foot mega mansion is located at 1907 Skippack Pike in Blue Bell, PA. It is situated on over 7 acres and boasts a 1,700 foot long driveway. It is one of the largest homes in the state of Pennsylvania and boasts 9 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, dramatic grand marble foyer with twin floating staircases, formal dining room, 2nd dining room, formal living room, 2-story great room, spacious kitchen, mahogany wood paneled office, 2nd office, game room, recreation room, bar, a gym, a ½ court indoor basketball court, 13 seat home theater, an elevator, 2 bedroom in-law suite with full kitchen, twin 5 car porcelain tiled – heated garages, swimming pool with 3 hot tubs and a water slide and more. It is listed at $9,900,000.

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  • Travis

    Well, I like the basketball court…
    Every other room looks awkwardly huge… And there is no landscaping… And are those power lines directly behind it?




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  • Daniel

    Ugh. And here I thought the Utah monstrosity couldn’t be beat in terms of tackiness. This home is truly infuriating. Where do I begin?

    Seven acres of land is way too much if your not going to invest planting a single tree on the property. It looks like they built the home in the middle of a football field…are those goal posts in the back yard?

    Inside is a mess. Looks like they invested 90% of the money on the foyer and realized they had to furnish and decorate another 25,000+ square-feet. That said, they wasted the money on the foyer. The gold looks like it came from a can. All of the furniture looks like it is not second but third-hand. The rooms are too big and it all looks like a poorly painted warehouse. The kitchen ceiling looks like it spend a good 35 hours in the broiler. The master bedroom is impossibly low.

    Honest to Christ, my 3 bedroom, 2 bath 2300 square-foot home has superior build and design qualities. I would be embarrassed to own this home. $10 million? I wouldn’t pay a tenth of that.




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    • Siobhan

      The football field is easily the least offensive thing about this property.




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    • Iemand

      You’re right, this thing is a JOKE.
      First of all the location, this building is just on a HUGE bare peace of land with no landscaping what so ever; if I would pay 10 million I sure would like to have a fence!

      Then the exterior, it looks very cheap and bland. The interior is a joke: the livingroom has no proportion: room is way to big, furniture is just scattered around the room. Look at the wall to, way to cluttered: speakers here, vents there, paintings everywhere.

      I feel sorry for the person cooking, as Siobhan said; your food is cold before it’s even out of the kitchen. Aparently the owner thinks he’s a king looking at that bed.

      The whole thing looks very cheap, inside and out. The house itself looks cheap, the (very scarse) furniture looks cheap. It looks like a cheap hotel in a way.
      It’s The Hillbillies all over again.

      The only thing I like (a bit) is the diningroom; you can still make something nice out of that. And that first living/sitting (whatever) room (with the fireplace).




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      • Stewie

        I’m going to have to disagree with you guys here. I actually quite like this home – the exterior is beautiful. It has everything I want in a home – it is symmetrical, it has balconies, it looks nice and solid. I like it a lot. The interior does need some work, I agree – but it can be spruced up. The only thing about the interior that I think is troublesome and that can’t be fixed is that the ceilings appear to be relatively low in some areas – that is the one big turn off from this home as far as I’m concerned. As for the landscaping….who CARES! You’re honestly going to judge a home’s value on landscaping?? You can plant hundreds of trees and built a massive fence in like 3 days, problem solved.




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        • Stewie

          The interior isn’t nice and the ceilings are too low, but I like the exterior – I think it looks good.
          Location seems beyond terrible however, with nearby powerlines and train tracks.
          Everyone here hates this home but I think the exterior looks good.
          Bad Interior, bad location, lack of landscaping and widely overpriced however make this a home to forget




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          • Stewie

            OK I have re-analyzed and agree with the comments here. This home reminded me of a beautiful house in Beverly Park (from Ze’ev Drori) which is why I was kind of enthusiastic at first. Now however, having taken a closer inspection, I agree with all the comments on here. It’s gross




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          • Yonas

            Haha, nice flip flop Stewie…took you all of 12 minutes!




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  • Mak

    hahaha!




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  • Travis

    Ha ha ha this location is terrible. As far as I can tell on Bing maps, there are huge power lines in the back and railroad tracks in the front.




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    • Daniel

      OMG You’re right! Gigantic power lines, railroad tracks, goal posts in the back yard, absolutely no boundary line separating the neighbor…horrible. It’s like an Amish family won the Powerball and decided to splurge a little. I suppose the house next door is for the in-laws.




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  • Limedaiquiri

    Wow, this is one of the worst homes I’ve ever seen.




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  • Venom

    Big house with very cheap finishes.
    Overly large rooms with not enough furniture to fill them out properly.
    The house is over 20,000 square feet, why the hell is the pool furniture outside in the snow?
    For that matter, why are the cars outside in the snow also?
    At least we know what the owner’s last name is. lol




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  • Anthony

    Obviously the owners don’t like trees. It looks horrid just sitting in the middle of all that grass. Don’t get me started on the interior…..




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  • Kieran

    Wow. This is a bit disgusting




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  • Kieran

    …And offensive

    But I am fascinated by the size of that bed




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    • Mak

      hahah! You’re right! I can see some fat dude in it screaming “I AM THE EMPEROR, I AM THE EMPEROR! BRING ME MY BREAKFAST!




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      • Byron

        lol




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  • Lane

    this is brutal




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  • Nalin

    that kitchen is such a joke. its comically large




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    • Siobhan

      I don’t know the specific numbers, but somewhere I learned there are optimal spacing proportions for the golden triangle (sink-fridge-oven/stove) and 15 feet between appliances is NOT it. Not that I wouldn’t love a little extra counter space, but it seems like hot food would get cold by the time you hike across that room.




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      • TEE

        the kitchen is so big and the islands are so far apart that you would actually need another one in between for them for it to make any sense……. when thats the case you know u have a problem




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  • Orlando

    wow!!!!! with that bed I could have all space for all 3 of the kardashians sisters plus the mother lol




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    • Chance

      Disturbing…..




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  • Siobhan

    On Bing, it looks like this property was boat storage before the house went up. What else would explain those weird pale spots on the grass?

    Do they have ten little garage door openers floating around?

    People should stop letting their kids design homes (that actually get built).




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  • Mak

    Is that velvet art on the wall in the living room? hehehe…

    Hey…is the guy that owns this mess named Leflar? He’s got his name on the middle of the basketball court. Who is he anyway?




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  • Tay

    Wasnt this house previously posted on this site? I believe it is in one of the random mansion sets?




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    • Kenny Forder

      Yup, you got it.




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  • Tay

    And ten single bay garage doors is a little excessive in my opinion..




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  • Grrrowler

    Clearly built by a blind man with a tiny penis.




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    • George

      To not hear the train he would also have to be deaf, and maybe brain dead.




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  • KEV

    Was going to comment, but I think Grrrowler’s statement pretty much wrapped up the whole discussion, LOL




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  • CP

    FROM OTHER LAND I OWN WITH TREES I SEE THAT THIS IS A NORTHERN PROPERTY THAT THE NEW OWNER WILL BE ABLE TO DESIGN THE LANSCAPING TO HIS OR HER LIKING. NO PROBLEM TO ME. TRAIN TRACKS THOUGH, WOW. POWER LINES ABOVE THE GROUND BELEAVE IT OR NOT ARE BETTER IN STORMS FROM POWER LOST. INSIDE IS NICE TO ME AS I LOVE LARGE ROOMS AND WOULD BRING MORE FURNITURE OR AS THE OLD SAYING IS LESS IS BETTER.




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  • Cate

    JEALOUSY!!!! You are all very rude, jealous people that are unable to afford a home like this, there for you try to make yourselves believe that you HATE the home, I am sure you all DREAM of living in a home like this, stop criticizing and start working just than you may be able to afford something like this.




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    • ted

      actually. people are just sharing their opinion. not sure about jealousy.




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  • BLAYNE

    what is this first off the furniture looks like it was bought from the levits bankrupcy sale the microfiber theater chairs prolly cost 300 a row and its almost liek he has the same lacquer laminate furniture in every bedroom just diff colors …. someone told me this house was the owners of the sinclair moving and storage company who knows i think it be best bulldozed




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  • BLAYNE

    also whats with all the high gloss paint faux finished walls




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  • Jaboc

    The owner just passed away




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  • Josh

    Robert Laflar, the previous owner, is dead. Prior to being dead he was the subject of an FBI corruption probe and was being held for the beating death of someone outside his strip club.
    http://www.myfoxphilly.com/dpp/news/local_news/cash-stash-latest-fbi-probe-news




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  • Brian

    I live next door to this monstrosity (the farm in front). Bank owns it now. They will be lucky to get the 5.5m owed on the note. The other house is bank owned as well. If you want to see an interesting one in the area, look for a 30m listing in Whitemarsh/Ft. Washington.




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  • Sure to know

    Just somewhere he could hide his money I am sure .. RIP God did not like UGLY




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  • ted

    http://articles.philly.com/2012-01-20/news/30643453_1_strip-club-devil-substance-abuse robert laflar was the owner of the house. he comitted suicide.




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  • Chance Stetson

    This dump was owned by a Philly strip club owner who died of an drug overdose




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  • regina

    the staircase cost 400,000.00. i bet most people who left the comments don’t even own a house at half of that price




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  • Rylee

    I want this house it is so buetiful and i like how every thing is so organized but i have to find a way to make 9,900.000.




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  • Ariel Lynn

    What is the deal with the HUGE price difference? We found this home for 3.3 million NOT 9 or 10. Someone is trying to find a couple or naive young couple to buy this home for 2 or 10 million! I seriously was going to buy this. What you see in these pictures have been retouched or photo shopped to look better. Truth is it is a HUGE home….But EVERYTHING they say that has been used as marble, cut glass, or real brand new stair railings ARE NOT. If you go and see it, then ask the Realtor these three questions…..why was it and still is on the market along with the price differences that are HUGE for each site for over 186 days ? Did he commit suicide IN the home? And lastly why are the taxes so high when we all know Blue Bell is one of the worst drug infeste places. I did not see ONE camera to record EVERYTHING going on outside!!




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