LOCATION: New South Wales, Australia


BEDROOMS & BATHROOMS: 9 bedrooms & 11 bathrooms


This grand mansion is located in New South Wales, Australia.

It features over 21,000 square feet of living space with 9 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, 2-story foyer with staircase, formal living & dining rooms, gourmet kitchen, breakfast room, home office, billiards room, home theater, gym, 20-car subterranean garage and more.

Outdoor features include a gated entrance, terraces, swimming pool, tennis court and gardens.


  • horselips

    I’m so pissed. People with piles of money to burn, who can hire the world’s best architects, give them 21,000 square feet to play with, and look at this piece of sh!t. The elevation looks more like a nursing home than the palace it should look like. Not a single knock out room in the bunch. They’re big and all so nice, but not a square inch of memorable space to be found. And that 21 car garage? LOL Just try to get a car parked against the far back wall out of there when it’s filled up. Not happening. A proper garage has door for every car, every car is always available, and none are parked in front of or behind any other. The architect apparently drew this thing while stoned on MaryJane or magic mushrooms; he should have sobered up and drawn a smaller, usable garage and used the rest of the space for an awesome indoor pool. Everywhere I look at this house, and study the plans, all I see is one totally blown opportunity after another. Until they’ve blown them all.


  • AndrewF

    This house has long and mostly unhappy history, it was started as a project by someone who clearly over-extended themselves; it stood half-finished for a few years, then it took forever to sell. Now I see it’s back on the market and some changes were made – not for the better as far as I’m concerned. For one thing, the garage got smaller: that adjacent bedroom/living room area wasn’t there before, it used to be all garage – I know because I still have the original plan.

    In truth this garage area was always an exceedingly awkward space that could not hold anywhere near the advertised number of vehicles, no argument there. But as far as a ‘door for every car’ goes, well, that’s just not going to happen when the garage is in the basement. Be reasonable!