Guess the square footage of this mansion! Leave your guess as a comment

  • Daniel

    27,500.

    The rear of the home is heinous, by the way.




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  • Chance

    27,501




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  • John Burgdorf (North Texas Luxury)

    19,000




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  • Al Robinson

    Daniel, Chance, do you guys know something I don’t know? Or are you both just guessing?

    I say that 27,500 sq ft looks reasonable. But in case you’re both wrong, I’m going to officially guess it’s 26,750 sq ft.




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  • FindYourWray

    20,500




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  • Lonnie

    15,500 Sq ft




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  • tony

    15,134




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  • A.K

    32,000




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  • matt

    25,500




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  • george

    23,506




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  • mak

    2,354,909 sf not including the basement or over the garage.




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  • george

    Mak wins again.




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  • Hugh

    23000




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  • daniel

    Al, I’m just guessing. My guess does not include a basement.
    I’ve seen some floor plans on the web that look similar.




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    • Al Robinson

      Ah, okay. I think I just respect your opinion that much and the fact that you seem to know soo much, I almost just assume that you already know.

      Just out of curiosity Daniel, if you had a mansion next to water, would you rather it be a river, a lake, or the ocean?

      I would rather live next to a lake.




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    • Al Robinson

      I saw in an earlier post, the one in West Hollywood, that you had found a few stunners higher up in the hills of Beverly. Those are gorgeous homes, so nice finds. I wanted to share with you one of my absolute favorites in my home state of Minnesota. It’s right on Lake Minnetonka.

      http://spacecrafting.com/n2ae




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      • Daniel

        [Seems we have an impostor Daniel]

        To answer your question, being born and bred in South Florida, I’d obviously choose the ocean. Intracoastal wouldn’t be bad either. However, if I was on the west coast of the country, I’d go for city lights view all the way.

        The home you shared is very quaint. However, for me personally, I’d find it relaxing for maybe a couple weeks and then I’d get bored with it. The style of the home is also the polar opposite of what I would find dream worthy, but at least you have yours picked out! Now if only we could find a way to actually get these homes…




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  • NOVA Ben

    20,000 air conditioned, NOT including garage or secondary structures.

    We really should set some ground rules about what is included in “square footage” because there are as many definitions of what constitutes square footage as there are commenters on this site. I know it’s all just for kicks, but still.




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    • mak

      inorite!




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  • Jon

    17,500 sqft




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  • marc22

    26,500 and the rear of the house is indeed strange with car parking on both sides, very unwelcoming and a disaster




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  • rob

    3 square feet, including the doghouse.




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    • mak

      which one?




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  • Nick

    19,237 sq. feet under roof




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  • Kenny Forder
  • key

    25,550




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  • Sam

    I guess I’m a little late, but I would have said 28,000




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  • David

    15,100 sq ft.




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  • Sean

    I agree with NOVA Ben about setting some guide lines / ground rules as to what is included in ‘square feet’. I love the guessing game, but it is difficult without parameters.

    My suggestion is to guess what is under roof regardless of what is ‘in the house’ (ie. basketball courts, indoor pools, garage space vs living space) as we are unable to discern the details. We also should not include basements or attics as we would have no way of knowing that by simply looking at a picture (if there is or not a basement or livable ‘attic’ space and even so, we would not be able to determine the size – 1/4, 1/2 or full basement). This should also apply to patio/deck space as well.

    Finally, are we only guessing the main house or additional buildings as well (pool house, guest house, garages, studios, etc)?

    Sorry if I sound too anal or a killjoy, but with some guidelines, it can only make it better. Just a suggestion.

    Oh yea… Kenny, thanks for posting the answer and the link to the house.




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