Here is a look at some amazing residential spiral staircases. Out of the 12 pictured above, which one do you like best?
Homes of the Rich reader Ann sent me a magnificent mega mansion that she designed. Check it out above!
It features approximately 42,000 square feet of living space broken down like this….
Lower Level - 14,300 square feet
1st Floor - 12,400 square feet
2nd Floor - 9,785 square feet
3rd Floor - 6,400 square feet
The lower level features a 2-lane bowling alley, squash court, 15-seat home theater, wet bar, wine cellar with tasting room, music room, catering kitchen and lots of storage.
The 1st floor features a grand 3-story foyer with staircase and skylight, numerous powder rooms, 18-seat formal dining room, formal living room, ballroom/banquet hall, home office, library, billiards room with wet bar, poker room, 2nd entrance with foyer, kitchen, breakfast room, indoor swimming pool with spa, sauna and steam room, changing rooms, screened-in patio and more.
The 2nd floor features a double height family room, master suite, 3 additional bedroom suites, gym and a relaxation room with beauty salon and massage room that has access to the swimming pool below.
The 3rd floor features 4 bedroom suites and a children’s playroom.
Home theaters with stadium style seating is all the rage in “Homes of the Rich” nowadays. From sophisticated to quirky to downright opulent, home theaters are most definitely a lavish necessity in a mansion in today’s world. Out of the 4 pictured above, which one do you like best?
1 - Lavish yacht-esque home theater
2 - Plush home theater with leather seats and padded walls
3 - Modern futuristic home theater
4- Regal and opulent home theater