Here is an updated version of Homes of the Rich reader Adam’s mansion design and floor plans. The layout is definitely much better than last time. What do you guys think?
This 65,000+ square foot, 11.2 acre mega estate compound is located at 7030 Tomiyasu Lane in Las Vegas, NV and is on the market for $37,500,000, which makes it the most expensive home for sale in Las Vegas by a long shot. It was owned by the Sultan of Brunei who purchased it back in December of 2002 for $10,000,000. I learned from my readers that he then sold it to a guy named Eric Peterson, who owns Consumer Credit Services, in July of 2004 for $14 million. It boasts a 24,006 square foot main house, 18 bedrooms and 27 bathrooms in total throughout all of the buildings, 2 guest homes, discotheque, resort size swimming pool, staff and chauffeurs quarters, equestrian stables, spa and salon, tennis court and much more.
HERE ARE THE LISTING DETAILS:
Dramatic location, aristocratic beauty, incomparable quality. Set on the most prestigious street in Las Vegas, more than 65,000 square-foot masterpiece offers the most royal playground Las Vegas has to offer. The 11.2-acre property, embraced by a massive 10 foot high stone wall, is softened with lush foliage and specimen plantings, a swan pond and a resort-size pool reaching toward the endless vistas. Monumental gates lead into the gardens delightful tranquility. There is ample secure parking for fifty vehicles. In every aspect of its design and construction, The Sultan of Brunei Landmark Polo Estate is a place of magic, a fully-realized dream estate. It is welcoming, warm, comfortable, extravagant, unique and richly imagined for sophisticated owners of international vision and incomparable taste. The property’s considerable grounds are improved with a 38,000 square foot luxury Spanish main estate as well as separate guest homes, staff quarters and an office complex, for a total of 17 bedroom suites, 36 baths and over 65,000 sq. ft. of living space. Horse stables, a championship tennis court, a swimmer’s pool, a restaurant grade commercial kitchen, a discothque nightclub, a ballroom, gentlemans spa and salon, ladies spa and salon and outdoor entertainment areas are also situated on this prestigious private compound. Affording myriad luxuries, the well thought floor-plan equally suits everyday living and grand entertaining, and gives guests and staff complete privacy. Abundant doors open onto the wonderful terraces, gardens, and pool and tennis court. Beyond an allée of pines sits the spectacular equestrian center where stables contain groomers quarters plus stalls for a total of 11 + horses or polo ponies. Paddocks, a polo practice field and track adjoin. Hosting resort-style amenities in unmatched privacy, this is an estate of such rare substance and beauty that it simply defies comparison. Only 10 minutes from world class restaurants, casinos, the world famous Las Vegas Strip and Las Vegas International Airport, this extensive, world class property promises tremendous value opportunities in versatile contexts as an ultra-luxury estate, a legendary ranch estate, or a prime site for a multi-estate, ultra-luxury development.
This 20,000 square foot mansion is located at 810 N Rexford Drive in Beverly Hills, CA. It was built in 1998 and boasts 11 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, an indoor courtyard with beautiful skylight, movie theater, outdoor lounge, swimming pool with attached guesthouse and a tennis court with pavilion. I previously mentioned this home when is was available for rent at $70,000 a month. It is now on the market for a whopping $39,000,000 and can still be rented for a mere $80,000 a month. The home is owned by Marc and Michele Bohbot. Marc is the owner of The Standard Oil Investment Group and Michele is the founder of the successful clothing line Bisou Bisou, which is currently sold in JCPenney.
Real estate developer Lee Najjar’s Atlanta mansion has been re-listed for $22,500,000, down from its original asking price of $25,000,000. That’s not much of a price drop, but it’s a start. The huge 20,000+ square foot mansion was built in 2008 and is located at 490 West Paces Ferry Northwest Road in Atlanta, GA. The home boasts the original 1920′s facade with a coral stone clad exterior. It sits on over 2 acres of land and boasts 9 bedrooms, 11 full and 4 half bathrooms, 7 full kitchens, 16 fireplaces, formal living and dining rooms, gourmet kitchen with breakfast room, family room with vaulted ceilings, ballroom, home theater with concession room, hair/nail salon, wood paneled office with coffered ceiling, smoking room, recording studio, gym, wine cellar, expansive terraces and patios, numerous outdoor living spaces and a huge swimming pool.
This 6-acre estate is located at 1358 Page Road in Nashville, TN. It was built in 1999 by William Andrews Contractor and is owned by Sylvia Roberts. The 20,533 square foot mansion consists of a 9,383 square foot first floor, a 6,679 square foot second floor and a 4,471 square foot basement. It boasts 6 bedrooms, 8 full and 3 half bathrooms, 4 fireplaces, wine cellar, swimming pool, 3-car garage and a humongous grand hallway with 2 story dry stacked stone, barrell ceiling with sky lights and a floating curved, 3 story stairwell. It is listed at $22,500,000.
The late Leona Helmsley’s Greenwich, CT estate, dubbed Dunnellen Hall, has sold for a mere $35,000,000; a whopping $90,000,000 price cut from its initial listing price. If you recall, the 40+ acre estate was first put on the market for a hefty $125 million back in April of 2008. The home then went through numerous price reductions and was recently listed at $55,000,000 earlier this year. The 22,000 square foot, 28-room mansion was built in 1918 and boasts 14 bedrooms, 17 bathrooms, large reception hall with 86-foot gallery, exquisite gardens, 75-foot outdoor swimming pool, pool house and tennis court. Greenwich is a very desirable area, so to know that a home of this magnitude sold for much less than it’s original asking price should be a lesson to all the other “mega mansion” homeowners out there (Candy Spelling, Suzanne Saperstein and David Siegel). I wonder who bought it?