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As of January , the home mansion is still under construction, but should be completed within the next year or two.
Constructed more than a century ago, Villa Leopolda is brimming with history as well as extravagance. Inside there are 11 bedrooms and 14 bathrooms, as well as a commercial greenhouse. Not that nearly 74, is anything to scoff at, of course. Despite several appeals, the city denied letting Niami add a second indoor kitchen he hoped to have for catered events. The new owner will just have to limit the guest list when inviting people to sample the wine room or chill in the night club.
These ancient gardens, which incorporate stones, water, and plants, are in the same city as Taohuayuan, a 72,square-foot mansion on Dushu Lake.
With 32 bathrooms and bedrooms and a wine cellar, the interior decor is a mix of modern and more classic design. Most over-the-top mansions are built for aesthetics, but Steven Huff constructed Pensmore for science. The astrophysicist and former CIA officer wanted to use the bedroom, bathroom fortress as a testing ground for energy-efficient and disaster-resistant building technology, according to a slightly over-the-top Travel Channel video.
Spec Mansions for Billionaires Is Not a Good Business Idea
CIA plus astrophysicist plus disaster-proof equals conspiracy theories, and there are plenty of those swirling around Pensmore. At the time, Huff wanted it torn down and to start from scratch. Though the lawsuit was settled in , there were few details about what he plans to do with the possibly-not-indestructible house. At 64, square feet, it just squeaked onto this list. Share on Facebook Tweet this Share. Previous Next.
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