This “As is” purchase is a massive Florida home that spans 90,000 square feet. It has a whopping 23 bathrooms, 13 bedrooms and 10 kitchens. It boasts three sparkling pools, a 20-car garage, two tennis courts and a baseball field.
Oh, and did we mention, the owner calls this home “Versailles”? And that the brochure brags that it’s a “monument to unparalleled success”?
For a house like this (its the largest home for sale in the United States), it’s no surprise that the asking price is in the millions – $75 million to exact, the Associated Press reports.
But there’s a big catch: This Florida mansion isn’t even finished, as the home’s owner, timeshare mogul David Siegel, stopped construction amid the recession.
So you’ll pay $75 million to buy it “as is” – and that means no carpet, no tile and no interior walls.