Location: 3600 Estate Oak Circle, Hollywood, FL

Square Footage: 18,000

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 12 bedrooms & 14 bathrooms

Price: $9,900,000

This opulent & ornate mansion is located at 3600 Estate Oak Circle in Hollywood, FL and is situated on almost an acre of land. The in-your-face exterior features a mix of bold colors (rust, gold and creme). Lavish interior details include marble floors, columned archways, Venetian plaster ceilings, intricate carved walls/ceilings and custom made light fixtures. Built in 2008, the over-the-top home features approximately 18,000 square feet of luxurious living space with 12 bedrooms, 13 full and 1 half bathrooms, 2-story foyer with grand double staircase with wrought-iron railings, 2-story great room with custom built-in, banquet size formal dining room, gourmet kitchen, family room, home office, 2nd floor recreation room, 8-seat home theater, indoor chapel with padded walls, gym, 4-car garage and so much more. Outdoor features include a large patio, tiled swimming pool, lounging areas, palm trees, large covered BBQ/bar building and children’s playground.


  • Grrrowler

    Again, seriously? Bad architecture and laughably terrible taste apparently intersect at this address. Saddam Hussein’s palaces were more tasteful than this.

    Words really do fail with this house. As bad as the whole thing is, it’s the Elvis wedding chapel that pushes it over the cliff. I also think the “music room” with not much more than an electronic keyboard is somewhat hilarious. After looking at every pic, I think I need to go shower to wash off the residue of tackiness.


  • opinionfree

    Jesus, Maria and Jose, I really needed a laugh. This wins the prize.
    No hate meant to those that find this, to be their dream home. My only comment, is the word ‘opulent’ gets thrown around a bit too much on this site for my liking. (Said in humor). I need to get to the gym and I just can’t stop looking at it. Save me.


  • Daniel

    This place has been on the market for years. When you look at the location and the actual house you’ll see why. It literally looks like this is a string of townhouses in a cookie-cutter community. I cannot begin to imagine what the homeowner was thinking when he/she built this. There is literally no yard. Just a tiny snippet for the pool. This is maybe a $2 million house.


  • Teddi

    Holy hell. I’m not even sure I can hold myself back. I’m trying, I REALLY am, but it’s too much. I’m on overload.

    First of all, who in their right mind builds a 18,000sf mansion in Hollywood? It wouldn’t even make sense to build it in Pembroke Pines! Not when Weston is nearby. So is Ft Lauderdale. 15 minutes north is Plantation and Sunrise and Davie. Lots of mansions there, though I doubt any are on this scale. Everyone with money is moving out of the Miramar/Hollywood area and going to Weston, Plantation Acres or Parkland. So who is going to buy this behemoth in Hollywood? Especially when every other house in the area is under 3000sf.

    2nd, Could an exterior and interior match any less than this confused mess? The exterior looks like a S FL shopping mall got mated with an apartment complex. Too hideous for words. Then every blessed thing in the interior is overdone. The fancy child gates on the stairs don’t help either.

    And while I could get into all the mirrored walls, acres of marble and that dining room, I will leave well enough alone and simply wonder at the idiocy of having 12 bedrooms and a 3 car garage. I’m sure that some will love everything about this house including the dichotomy of styles, and will resent my previous statements, but I am sure that even those people should see that a 3 car garage on a mansion of this size is utterly ridiculous. Every solidly middle class house in Plantation Acres has a 3 car garage…at least. Whose bright idea was this? The lack of garage space alone is enough of a turn off. Only slightly less egregious than building a house of this size in that city and that neighborhood. Un-freaking-believable.