The second house in the top of the most expensive homes is situated in Palm Beach, Florida. This $74 million mega-house boldly pursues an extravagant level corresponding only to its proletariat-maddening encouragement: the French chateau.
Oak flooring, antique stone and European marble cover the 27,355-square-foot home, which also features a 4,000-square-foot master room, 8 bedrooms, a French kitchen (with a workplace for one of your prouder chefs), an art-amenable lobby and a bar for 3,000 bottles.
Offering a gate-entrance vista of jaw-dropping proportion, the second most expensive house, so far unoccupied, is placed in front of a stately garden and fountain, both begging for the sculpture ensembles of gazillionaires. Its two and a half acres, which in the past comprised an entire street, possesses 250 feet of waterfront and supplies sufficient parking spaces (more than 50) for bashes of “Great Gatsby” scale.
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