Le Palais Royal $159-Million Mansion

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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.

Le Palais Royal $159-Million Mansion
Le Palais Royal $159-Million Mansion
Le Palais Royal $159-Million Mansion
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.

Le Palais Royal $159-Million Mansion
Le Palais Royal $159-Million Mansion
Le Palais Royal $159-Million Mansion
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.

Le Palais Royal $159-Million Mansion
Le Palais Royal $159-Million Mansion
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.