Who doesn’t want a monster mansion? Who does not dream of an extravagant house, living the most ostentatious lavish lifestyles? Here are few houses that will add fuel to your dreams and may also make you green with envy.
But whatever one say these people earned it!
Home Value: $121 million, according to tax assessments.
He requires no introduction. The high-tech Lake Washington complex owned by the world’s second-richest man boasts a pool with an underwater music system, a 2,500- square foot gym and a library with domed reading room.
Owner: Larry Ellison, Net worth $39.5 billion. Purchased from former billionaire Edra Blixseth.
Purchase Price: $42.9 million.
“Larry” Ellison is an American programmer, internet entrepreneur, businessman and philanthropist. He was the chief executive officer of the software company Oracle Corporation.. The world’s fifth-richest man has spent hundreds of millions on homes, including the recent purchase of a 240-acre estate boasting a private golf course, resort-style pool and amphitheatre.
Built in 1997. He is the founder and CEO of Dell Inc. Dell’s 33,000-square-foot mansion is set on a 20-acre hilltop property and is “just around the corner” from Dell’s headquarters. It is known locally as `the castle’, courtesy of its high walls and tight security.
The house has 8 bedrooms and bathrooms, 13 half baths, a conference room, an exercise room, an indoor pool and outdoor pool, cabanas, a five-level terraced lawn and stunning views of Lake Austin.
Owner: Dmitry Rybolovlev, worth $9.5 billion.
List Price: $125 million
Final Purchase Price: $95 million.
He is a Russian businessman, investor, and philanthropist. Rybolovlev owned the potash producer Uralkali. The sprawling oceanfront 60,000-square foot compound, bought from Donald Trump in 2008, includes diamond and gold fixtures and a nearly 50 car garage. Its in front of ocean plus in Florida. What else is left?
Owner: Steven Cohen, worth $8 billion. Bought in 1998 for $14.8 million.
The hedge fund mogul’s massive 35,000-square-foot mansion includes a basketball court, indoor pool, ice skating rink and nearly $750 million worth of artwork displayed throughout.
Owner: Ira Rennert, worth $5.2 billion. Property
value: $200 million, according to tax assessments.
Presently he controls one of the nation’s largest privately held industrial empires, and his personal fortune is estimated to be $5.9 billion.The industrial billionaire’s hulking 29-bedroom, 39-bath Hamptons compound has not one, but three swimming pools, plus its own power plant on premises.
Owner: Yuri Milner, worth $1 billion.
Purchase Price: $100 million in March.
Bought as a secondary home, the Facebook investor broke records with the recent purchase of a French chateaux-inspired limestone abode that touts indoor and outdoor pools, a ballroom and second-floor living areas that gaze out on San Francisco Bay.
Seller: Sloan Lindemann Barnett, daughter of former billionaire George Lindemann. Pending Buyer: Libet Johnson, heiress to the Johnson & Johnson family fortune.
Pending Price: $48 million.
In the largest Manhattan home sale since Lehmann Brothers folded in 2008, Johnson is scooping up the five-story, 12,100-square-foot town house belonging to fellow heiress and friend Lindemann Barnett.