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Just sold your company for a billions, and want a Versailles-inspired mega mansion? If so, then look no further than Le Palais Royal, located on Florida’s Gold Coast. This 60,000-square-foot home is covered in 22-karat gold accents and built to
withstand a Category 5 Hurricane, compelete with a backup generator system that can keeps things running for 10-days. Starting with the exterior, there’s six man-made waterfalls, a $4-million, 150,000-gallon resort-sized pool below, water slide, grotto, glass bottom Jacuzzi, biometric fingerprint scanners. and $500,000 gilded mahogany front doors. Read more for additional pictures and information.
As you step inside, you’re greeted with panoramic views of the Atlantic ocean via its floor-to-ceiling retractable living room glass walls, French antique furniture, a 100-year old Austrian crystal chandelier, and of course, a $2-million staircase with Italian railings and steps made of Namibia-mined marble. The dining room boasts a giant table that can seat 16 guests and a mahogany / gold kitchen, and a mahogany-framed saltwater aquarium. On the second level, there’s 11 bedrooms and 17 bathrooms, with a glamorous master suite.
A mega mansion wouldn’t be complete without a 3,000-bottle wine cellar fully stocked with a wall of Cristal champagne. When you feel like catching a movie, or just binge watching a TV-series, there’s a $2-million residential IMAX 3D theater, the first of its kind in the US.
Last, but not least, the new owner will be able to park an entire car collection inside the garage, as it’s designed to fit 20 cars, complete with a climate-controlled environment, just in the weather doesn’t cooperate.