Mega mansions are amazing to look at, but what happens when they’re still unfinished? It’s hard to get a feel for what they would like if ever completed. These 4 massive mega mansions all sit unfinished/neglected. Which one do you prefer and could see having the most potential?
Unfinished Mega Mansion #1 – Dubbed Versailles, it boasts 90,000 square feet of living space and is owned by Timeshare mogul David Siegel. You can purchase it for $65 million as-is and finish it yourself! It has 13 bedrooms, 23 bathrooms, 3 swimming pools (one indoor), a 20-car garage, 1-story gatehouse with apartment, baseball field, 2 tennis courts, a 7,200 square foot grand hall with 30ft. stained glass dome, 2 grand staircases, 30-seat formal dining room, 1,110 square foot main kitchen, 10 satellite kitchens, his-and-her offices with 12ft. aquarium, 2-story wine cellar, rock grotto with 3 spas and 80ft waterfall, fitness center, a 2-lane bowling alley, an indoor roller rink, video arcade, children’s wing with home theater and multiple living areas, an adult home theater with balcony, and a 1/2 acre main pool deck.
Unfinished Mega Mansion #2 – It is located on Meadowbrook Drive in Burr Ridge, IL and has been sitting unfinished for over 4 years now. It is owned by Freedom Mortgage Team founder Nick Memeti. It boasts 41,000 square feet of living space.
Unfinished Mega Mansion #3 – It is located in Portland, OR and is owned by Mark Wattles, the former owner of Hollywood video. It boasts over 50,000 square feet of living space and has been sitting unfinished since 1997!! An ongoing problem with the builder and in the end a lack of funding led to the shelving of the project. It was to include a gymnasium, a 4,000 square foot pool, a 19-car garage and a 10,000 square foot master suite.
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Unfinished Mega Mansion #4 – It is located on Farr Drive in Haileybury, Ontario, Canada on the shores of Lake Temiskamingin and boasts 65,000 square feet of living space. It was listed in 2010 at $25,000,000. There’s no flooring, no finished bathrooms and few wall coverings. The home, which sits on 40 acres of land, boasts an indoor boat house big enough for a 40-foot yacht, two elevators, an indoor pool, a giant hot tub, 30-foot fireplaces in the master bedroom and living room, and an exercise room the size of a small gym. The property was once the dream project of Peter Grant, a forest products titan from nearby Englehart. He planned to use the building as a residence and corporate office for his family-owned business, Grant Forest Products Inc.