These 3 jaw-dropping mega mansions are sure to blow your mind! From a backyard waterpark to so many bathrooms that you could use a different one each day for 3 weeks! Check them out below!

Home #1 – 137 Beech Ridge Drive, Sewickley, PA

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This 40,000 square foot mega mansion is located at137 Beech Ridge Drive in Sewickley, PA and is situated on 14.5 acres of land.

It belongs to Joseph Nocito, an entrepreneur and real estate developer whose holdings include Northland Properties, the Stone Mansion restaurant in Franklin Park and Trybus Co. Inc., a McCandless maker of reinforced tape used internationally by manufacturers.

It features 12 bedrooms, 21 bathrooms, 13 fireplaces, 15-car garage, swimming pool, tennis court, basketball court and much more. It is the biggest  home in Western Pennsylvania.

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Home #2 – 10711 Strait Lane, Dallas, TX

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This incredible French inspired estate is located at 10711 Strait Lane in Dallas, TX and is situated on 4.3 acres of land. It is owned by Dr. Richard Malouf, who made a fortune through Medicaid Orthodontics. Richard combined TWO homes to create this one-of-a-kind mansion on steroids. The main house was designed by Robbie Fusch and built by Bob Thompson in 2003. He bought it in 2008 for $10,500,000. Two years later, in 2010, Richard bought the home next door, 10674 Strait Lane, for $6,975,000. That home boasts 14,280 square feet of living space. He then combined both homes that are attached by a 10-car garage.

It features approximately 29,216 square feet of living space with 11 bedrooms, 17 full and 5 half bathrooms, 2-story foyer with staircase, formal living & dining rooms, gourmet kitchen, breakfast room, family room with wet bar, home office/library, billiards room with wet bar, wine cellar, 2-lane bowling alley, gym, indoor basketball court, dj room and much more.

Outdoor features include 2 gated entrances, patios, swimming pool with spa, pool/guest house, basketball court, tennis court, built-in trampoline and its very own water park complete with slides!

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Home #3 – Midrand, Gauteng, South Africa

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This amazing mega mansion, dubbed “Palazzo Steyn”, is located in Midrand, Gauteng, South Africa. It is the centerpiece of “Steyn City”, a lavish community under construction that will feature 11,000 residences, private hospital, 2 private schools, offices park, an 18-hole Jack Nicklaus-designed golf course and a wooded parkland. It is set to open in 2015. Steyn City is the brainchild of billionaire Douw Steyn, an insurance tycoon who founded Auto & General. Palazzo Steyn is Douw’s personal residence. Valued at $25 million, the 32,000 square foot mega mansion features 7 bedroom suites, 2-story foyer with domed ceiling and grand staircase, 2-story library, 33-car subterranean garage and more. Outdoor features include a circular driveway with fountain, tiered lawns, infinity edge swimming pool and two unique waterfall features on either side of the home that spill out into a man-made lake. There is also a separate gate house and staff/guest house. 

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  • Craig2080

    I am all for building yourself a big ol mega-manse if you got the money and desire, but all 3 of these are simply hideous.

    The interiors of the Dallas house is truly awful. Not to mention how “new money…” Buy the house next door, mostly rip out the interior and rebuild the structure keeping facade– the second house now is just a basketball court and bowling alley that’s connected it to your 15k sq.ft. house with a wing of garages…. tacky. The gold exterior accents— are so Trump. The roof lines of the two structures don’t actually match, the dormers dot match… the window styles / transoms don’t match. All around – tacky.




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  • horselips

    Palazzo Steyn won my heart and adjacent giblets. Beverly Hills will sell you 1/4 the house at twice the price. I hope some gazillionaire sees this, and builds a clone in America. Well, sans the Roman aqueduct anyway. YOLO.




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  • Truth be told

    The first 2 Mansions have something in common – the owner and/or members of the family are in jail or headed there (PA) or bankrupt (TX)! I guess “greed is not good.”




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    • Green Eyed Warlock

      There’s absolutely no way I can tell you just HOW MUCH you took the words RIGHT outta’ my mouth!! All three of these beyond gargantuan temples to ego, greed and materialism run amok are beyond hideous and are showcases for the worst in human nature.




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    • Green Eyed Warlock

      Also, I just worked up enough nerve to look at the pics of #2 again and……..BAD IDEA. I’m positive that is what drug addicted courtesans during Louis the XVI’s time saw in their nightmares after a night of being abused, while drunk and high and about to puke. I don’t have the guts to look at the other two!




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