This Contemporary mega mansion is located at 9972 Kilgore Road in Orlando, FL. It is owned by Nur Ullah Khan and his wife. Nur is the founder of amusement company Gala Enterprises. They bought the home in January of 2009 and it had annual property taxes of a whopping $201,687 back in the same year they bought it. It boasts 22,867 square feet of living space with 7 bedrooms, 14 full bathrooms, guest house, tennis court, swimming pool and more. It is listed at $10,800,000.

HERE ARE THE LISTING DETAILS:

Commanding approximately 5 acres on the Butler Chain of Lakes, this privately gated modern estate offers a variety of exceptionally appointed and distinctly decorated living zones enhanced by scenic views of the lake and sunsets. Spanning 22,867 sq. ft., of living space, the sale of the property includes the custom designed contemporary furniture and accessories. Designed by Mark Nasrallah, the facade impresses with a magnificent porte-cochere and massive stainless steel doors that open to a foyer graced by dual curved staircases with brushed stainless steel railings. The floor plan includes an office wing with private entrance, lounge area, office with 2 story ceiling, and an elevator for access to the library with cigar patio. The recreation wing includes an expansive sitting area with a fireplace, enclosed patio, dramatic kitchen with cherry red lacquered cabinets, a grill and bar. The master suite is on the second floor and has an elevated sitting area for the perfect view of the sunset, his and her bathrooms with separate closets, showers, along with a jetted tub and fireplace. There are four separate suites, a junior master suite, and a detached guest house. A unique feature is the garage bays which house eight cars. The sprawling grounds include tropical trees, lush landscaping, a marble driveway, fountains, and a spectacular pool with dancing dolphin statue. This enticing lakefront retreat is ideal for entertaining and provides the residents a captivating lifestyle

CLICK HERE FOR THE LISTING

  • erica

    I should have known you was going post this home.If you didn’t I would have sent you a link to post this home.I actually like it.A little tacky in some places in home.but for the summer this home would be fun to have.Party Party party time.But,I found this home yesterday on my realtor page and she actually sent me the listing and measurements of the home and bathroom as well as bedrooms.where did you actually find this home?on what website?My realtor name is Casey:and this is her website:http://www.stockworth.com/.she been my realtor as well as my family realtor for 3 or 4 years now.




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    • Kenny Forder

      I found it on Realtor.com




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  • Daniel

    Built in 2004 but looks like it was designed in 1989.

    As I’ve mentioned before, I can’t fathom how people can spend over $2 or $3 million on a home in this part of Florida. Prime lakefront on Lake Buttcrack. The price is incredibly high. I have no idea how in God’s name a home in Orlando has manged to command a taxable value to warrant paying $200K+ in taxes. That’s Palm Beach direct-oceanfront money right there.

    No thanks. Fun to visit Disney and the other parks and maybe Winter Park for a day, but no way would I live in that city or in this house.




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    • J W

      YOU MUST BE LIVING IN THE WORLD MOST PERFECT HOUSE, I HAVE BEEN COMING TO THIS SITE ONCE A WEEK FOR 1 1/2 YEARS NOW AND YOU ARE SO FULL OF HATE OF OTHER PEOPLE HOMES. YOU ALWAYS FIND SOMETHING NEGATIVE ABOUT 99% OF THE HOMES POSTED IN THIS SITE,WHY DON’T YOU POST YOUR OWN MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR HOUSE BEFORE YOU STAR CRITICIZING OTHERS.BARNEY AND OTHERS IN THIS SITE GIVE VERY HONEST CRITICISM BUT YOU ARE JUST HATEFUL AND JEALOUS, THERE IS CRITICISM AND THAN THERE IS JEALOUSY.




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      • Daniel

        Thanks for shouting at me. I do criticize, yes, but it isn’t out of jealousy. I assure you. And you really picked the wrong house to call me out on it.

        As to your accusation that I find something (as inconsequential as it may be) negative about most homes – yes, that is probably true. However, it does not mean that I do not like most of the homes. It simply means if it were *my* home, I would do it as stated in my opinion. Doesn’t make it jealousy or hate, just means it is an architectural and/or design opinion. I also didn’t know I could give dishonest criticism (whereas some can give honest criticism?), but you learn something new every day.

        Finally, it is the random commenter like you that amazes me. If you only visit once a week as you claim, then you aren’t noticing what I type about the homes featured the other 6 days of the week, are you? Why would I want to post my home on this site? No one cares about my home except my family and I. It would be of no interest to the readers to HOTR (simply because it doesn’t fulfill the name of the site). Interpret it as jealousy if you’d like, but like I said, it isn’t jealousy. Why would I want to sugar coat my opinion when I can remain anonymous? I could start off every post by saying that “Wow, that’s a FANTASTIC home, I wish I could afford it, but I think it should…” No. I don’t work like that.




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        • J W

          I HAVE READ MOST OF YOUR COMMENTS AND YOU ALWAY USES WORDS LIKE DIGUSTING AND BULLDOZE.PEOPLE SPEND MONEY TO BUILD THESE HOMES SO WHEN YOU SAY “THEY SHOULD JUST BULLDOZE IT” IS NOT A HONEST CRITICISM BUT HARDCORE JEALOUSY.I DON’T COMMENTS ON BLOGS BUT YOUR HATE AND JEALOUSY MAKE ME DO IT,YOU ARE JUST MAD BECAUSE YOU WILL NEVER BE IN HOMES LIKE THESE OR LET ALONE LIVE IN ONE.JEALOUSY DOES’T PAY, WORK HARD MAYBE JUST MAYBE YOU MIGHT AFFORD HOMES LIKE THESE ONE DAY.




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          • Daniel

            I don’t know how to break it to you, but when I said they should bulldoze it (or light it on fire, or anything else to destroy it), I was just expressing my disgust with it. And considering they are spending in some cases exorbitant sums, I would hope that it would be at least slightly pleasing (not just to me, but to the majority of people). I’m kinda impressed that my “hate and jealousy” actually drove you to ferociously comment, so woo-hoo for that. I guess I’ll have to continue being hardcore jealous of every home that is worth more than mine.

            Let’s see, did I cover all of your fantastic points? Oh no, forgot the one about never being in a home like this. Well, no, I haven’t been in a $10 million+, 1980s decor Orlando mansion. I’ve been in much better. And as far as never owning one – hmm. Considering I’m 24 and planning (with God’s help) to live for another 4, 5, or 6 decades, that give’s me a little time to worry about it, doesn’t it? But thanks for your sound advice.




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          • Daniel

            And thanks for continuing to shout at me. One final point: BRAVO for reading most of my 960+ comments. I’m surprised you aren’t convulsing on the floor after going through all that.




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  • Tay

    I thought Florida was a tax haven??!?




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    • Daniel

      We have no individual income tax. Property taxes are very high though.




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      • DJL

        Is seem to recall they get even higher if you’re not a perm. resident of Florida? If that’s still the case, I suspect that $200K is the resident rate, not the visitor rate.




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        • Daniel

          Residents do get Homestead Exemption, which reduces the taxable value of a home (and consequently, the overall taxes paid):

          http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Florida_homestead_exemption




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          • Barney

            Wow….you got your “ears & eyes” cleaned out BUT GOOD, didn’t ya’ Dan? LOL…….and I get featured as name associated with your bawling out…..lucky me!

            As for this house, the lot, location, size, pool, tennis court are all FAN-FREAKING-TASTIC. The house, for the most part, is decorated in PERFECT keeping with the architecture. However, the entire place is entirely TOO “congruent”….meaning there’s no other influence in the rest of the house other than strictly modern (and a little too much of it DOES look like the ’80’s……sorry, Mr. Seller). The caps/pediments/WHATEVER you wanna’ call ’em on the front columns of the exterior are RIDICULOUS……entirely too “Buck Rogers” and Donald-Trumpish (GAG ME). The place needs a LOT of the 80’s looking furniture/art/paint/carpeting brought into the year 2011. But still a GORGEOUS home, if all the aforementioned was taken care of.




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  • Iemand

    They don’t know what style they want do they? One part is this, one part is that. That ‘living room’ is a joke, look at those couches/seats, how far apart can you place them? I wouldn’t spend this kind of money (or any other amount of money) on this house.




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  • Venom

    I love it.
    If all things go as planned at 11:10 pm tonight, I would consider placing an offer on this house.

    The property taxes seem kind of high, so they might be getting charged a non-homestead rate.
    If memory serves me right my buddy’s house in Palm Beach is in the $20+ million range and I think his taxes are about $150,000 a year.




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  • Barney

    Oh, and regarding the DINING ROOM CHANDELIER…….I’D KILL TWICE for it……it’s either a Strauss or Swarovski…….BREATH TAKING.

    And the bathrooms are DROOL-WORTHY. I’d scrub myself RAW every day if I had a bathroom like any of the ones pictured.




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    • Daniel

      Hell has frozen over. Not only do you like it for the most part, there was absolutely no mention of it being too big. TAKE NOTES PEOPLE! WE HAVE PROGRESS 😀




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      • Barney

        Har-de-har-har. I still think it’s waaaaaaaaay too big, but granted, it’s ORLANDO……however for the INCREDIBLE lot & location, it’s fan-freakin-tastic.




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    • Grrrowler

      That chandelier has no business hanging where it’s hanging. It’s the wrong size and shape for the room, and it’s the wrong style for the house. I can appreciate that you like it for it’s own sake, but it needs to immediately be moved out of that room.




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    • Venom

      Pretty sure it is a Strauss.
      My buddy has almost the exact same one in his house if not the same one and it is Strauss.




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  • Hugh

    I love this place.I like the price too.

    Only thing id change is the red kitchen cupboards.




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  • Grrrowler

    Damn my work schedule! I missed all the fireworks around here today. However, the verbal tongue lashing was entertaining to read after the fact. Daniel, how DARE you express your opinion in a clever and entertaining manner! I’m sure you’ve hurt the feelings of numerous millionaires, because we all know they care deeply about the opinions of strangers commenting on a blog. For that, you should feel shame…SHAME!

    As for the house, I hate it. It’s ugly, it’s too big, it’s in a place in the world I would never choose to live, let alone spend $10 million to live there, and it’s tacky. The living room looks like a hotel lobby in Dubai. I hope walkie talkies are provide so that people in one seating area can talk with people in another. The red kitchen, even though it’s a secondary kitchen, is awful, and having the Weber (or whatever brand) grill wheeled in there is just wrong. Everything inside and out is just way too dated for having been built in 2004.




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    • Mak

      GROWLER, I HAVE BEEN COMING HERE FOR YEARS AND ALL I EVER SEE YOU DO IS CRITICIZE EVERY HOUSE THAT IS POSTED, AND YOU NEVER EVER SAY ANYTHING NICE ABOUT ANY OF THEM. YOU HATE THEM ALL! EVERY LAST ONE! AND I MEAN IT! EVERY ONE OF THEM YOU HAVE NOTHING NICE TO SAY. I BET YOU LIVE IN A HOVEL IN BAYONE, NJ AND DREAM OF THE DAY WHEN YOU CAN EVEN WALK ON THE SAME SIDE OF THE STREET THAT THESE HOUSES WERE BUILT ON AND HAVE PLUMBING AND EVERYTHING LIKE THAT, BUT YOU KNOW LITTLE ABOUT HOUSES AND ARE INCREDIBLY VERBOSE AND STUFF, AND YOU WRITE IN RUN ON SENTENCES AND MAKE OTHER PEOPLE MAD. SERIOUSLY! PEOPLE IN GRASS HOUSES SHOULDN’T SMOKE BONES!




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      • Mak

        PS. SORRY FOR MISPELLING YOUR NAME!




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        • Orlando

          LMAO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!




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        • Grrrowler

          Hysterical! Wait, I mean HYSTERICAL!!!

          Mak, you don’t comment on every post, but when you do, it’s always worth reading!

          And yes, I do long for indoor plumbing. One day I tell ya, one day…




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    • Venom

      Not red, that is yacht grade and finished cherry cabinets….




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      • Grrrowler

        Yacht grade or not, I still don’t like them. If they are made of cherry, I don’t like the stain that was used.




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  • NOVA Ben

    DANIEL HOW DARE YOU INNSULT ALL THEES HOMES THAT PEOPLE SPEND HARDEARNED MONEY ON YOU NOTHING BUT A JEALOUS BAD MEAN AWFUL PERSON!!!1 YOU SO NEGATIVE AND I REALLY….

    just kidding. I guess it’s loonies like that that make the internet such an interesting place.

    oh, and no thanks on the house.




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    • J W

      LOL, i know that if i ever reply to Daniel his minions will be ready to defend their master. the “loonies”here are people like you who have nothing better to do than post negative things about the homes of their betters. just as Daniel have the right to say all the negative things that he says about these homes, i have the right to call him on his negativity. you are a joke for sucking up to Daniel as if he’s some kind of a important person. this is a blog for people to look at all these big and luxury homes and yet people like you are trying to make it a hate wealthy people blog.




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      • Daniel

        Just as you have the right to call me out on my supposed negativity, people have the right to call you out on your foolishness and malarkey. I find it amusing that you correlate agreement with “sucking up.”

        “this is a blog for people to look at all these big and luxury homes”. Yes. And Kenny wisely adds a “Leave a Reply” section for a reason. I honestly cannot fathom how you think this in some way is a forum to bash wealthy people. A place to discuss questionable design and architectural decisions, maybe, but you are taking this personally as if it applies to you. If you don’t like the comments from myself or anyone else for that matter, I suggest you not scroll all the way down to the comments section.




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      • Daniel

        Oh, and thank you for not shouting at me this time. Best wishes from Boca!




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      • Daniel

        Oh, and one last thing. I suppose I should thank you for labeling me not only a master, but a master with *minions*. This is extraordinary. I have never been in such a position of power, to have minions on a real estate blog with people whom I’ve never met. Spectacular. I’m going to order a couple dozen T-Shirts with “Minion” emblazoned on the front and gift them to all HOTR readers.




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    • J W

      If you read my first comment to Daniel you would know i say “Barney and others in this site give very honest criticism” and yet you reply by calling names so i reply back. even though i said everyone beside Daniel give fair criticism and you still feel the need to insult, i was commenting to Daniel not you or anyone else in this site. If you were not sucking up to Daniel why call me a “loonies”, please i’m commenting to Daniel not you so stay out of it and i will not insult you.




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      • Daniel

        Please explain to me how my criticism/opinion is unfair. I’d love to know. What gives you the right to insult me, never having met me, let alone commenting here before? You showed up out of nowhere thinking you could spew your garbage, and then when people whom I’ve never met [rightfully] criticize and call you out on your buffoonery, you somehow think it is me controlling them. Let’s see, I’ve been called a hater, unfair, hateful, jealous, small, stupid, etc. all by someone who has never made a single comment on here before and who STILL has not mentioned ANYTHING regarding real estate. Meanwhile, you have people who have commented hundreds of times, people whom I’ve disagreed vehemently with, yet I’ve never been insulted or felt the need to insult. Disagreeing with someone’s OPINION is completely understandable. But insulting me without reason makes you look like the moron you are.




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  • rob

    It is alot more sophisticated than I would expect from Orlando. I cannot believe the tax bill though. That is about half of what the mortgage would be. Can that be correct. PS Daniel is the devil but Barney is my hero.




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  • richvanc

    I’m with YOU Dan! I just hate it when these mean-spirited people have to dump their *crap* on us happy-posters! And Mak…are you kidding? I sure hope so, I might lose interest in this site if people start shouting at each other. I’m not fond of this house, and it has absolutely nothing to do with my inability to purchase it. 😉




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    • J W

      If i’m mean-sprited than what are you hater? Daniel and his minions like you are the haters who are coming to a site call HOTR to post hateful things about these homes. you, nova-ben and mak weirdo(if that picture is he/she) are losers who are so low that you will suck up to some guy you don’t even know. i reply to Daniel and low life zero like you and nova-ben are up and ready to defend him as if he’s your meal ticket, losers.




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      • Daniel

        I couldn’t resist:

        If i’m mean-sprited than what are you hater? You are the hater who is coming to a site call HOTR to post hateful things about these commenters. you are a loser who is so low that you will bash some people you don’t even know. i reply and low life zero like JW are up and ready to bash other people as if he’s your meal ticket, loser.

        Congratulations on posting 4 comments that have absolutely nothing to do with this home or others.




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        • J W

          You are so juvenile repeating everything i say, you are a zero and a joke. you are so stupid my 4 comments are replys. i was replying to the zeros and what does calling me a mean-sprited person have to do with this house. also you are a small person who have nothing better to do than write hateful comments on this blog, you make sick with your hate.




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          • Daniel

            I think you need to look up the saying “pot calling the kettle black.”




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          • NOVA Ben

            At this point I have a pretty good idea of what kind of person you are, JW, and I do not expect to get through to you, but humor me for a minute. Read my somewhat long reply a few comments up from this one. If you can reply to that in a calm manner that makes sense and avoids the juvenile behavior that you blame on others and fail to see in yourself, then maybe I’m wrong about you. But I’m not holding my breath.




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  • Tay

    Yeah i was gonna say a ton of the high end cars in CT have Florida plates… This state sucks for taxes..




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  • Al Robinson

    I like this house, but my only problem is that is has too much marble. I believe that you need a nice balance between hard and soft for your household surfaces and floors.




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  • John L.

    I cannot believe how bad J W’s writing is. Wrong verb agreement, run-on sentences, circular references, etc. I too think Daniel is overly negative, but I respect his opinion and his right to post whatever Kenny approves.




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  • John L.

    I also respect and admire that Daniel posts on every single house. It’s very impressive!




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  • Stewie

    Lol I just read through all the comments…hilarious!




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  • Kyle

    I saw this home and saw the fifty-two comments and thought, “HOO BOY, must be one hell of a battle that went down in there” 😀




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  • Eric

    I have seen this house in person. In real life, this house is extremely small looking! The driveway is NOWHERE near that big in real life. It’s just trick photography.




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