A ginormous 32,675-square-foot mansion in Columbus, OH, is the biggest home to hit the market this week on Realtor.com®.
The massive mansion on nearly 7 acres boasts 16 bedrooms and 18.5 baths. The luxe compound seems to have been built for serenity with its resort-style living, boathouse, and private riverfront dock.
Other huge homes for sale this week include a home with a dance floor in Illinois, the Colorado estate of Starwood’s founder, and a former church awaiting transformation into a residence in Michigan.
For a full look at the week’s 10 biggest homes, simply scroll on down.
Square feet: 32,675
Riverfront estate: Located on the Scioto River, this huge parcel features a primary residence, a carriage house, two additional residences, and a caretaker’s office. It’s also snatched the title of Ohio’s most expensive home.
The private playground offers everything you need for a year-round staycation, including a pool with cabana, clay tennis courts, a sledding hill with moguls, and an indoor waterfall.
Built in 1990, the home is equipped with an elevator, a 20-person dining room, commercial-grade laundry, library, and music room.
Square feet: 30,000
Custom design: This custom-designed home wows right off the bat with a two-story foyer and a winding staircase.
Sitting on a 2-acre lot, the gargantuan seven-bedroom house was designed for entertaining with its indoor pool, hot tub, wet bar, and dance floor. There’s also a second kitchen in the walk-out lower level along with a gaming area and exercise room.
Square feet: 25,989
Mediterranean oasis: Located in a gated community, this nine-bedroom Mediterranean mansion on a lot of 6.5 acres offers luxury desert living.
Built in 1995, the mansion caters to an athletic lifestyle with its racquetball court, Olympic-size swimming pool, tennis court, and two-story exercise building. There are also 12 garages to store all of your toys along with a spa facility for days you want to just relax.
Square feet: 23,137
Luxe detailing: This ornate mansion was built in 2005 and features hand-waxed Venetian plaster walls, chandeliers imported from Paris, and Swarovski bathroom knobs. It sits on a lot of 2.4 acres.
The house was built with imported travertine stone. Inside, there is an enormous iron double staircase and seven en suite bedrooms complete with cast-iron tubs. The 2,500-square-foot primary suite on the main floor boasts a private balcony that overlooks the saltwater pool, and there’s a 10-person spa, two fire pits, a sport court, and separate pavilion.
Square feet: 24,450
Starwood founder’s home: This developer’s private residence is almost as prestigious as its owner.
“There’s a reason Starwood founder Edgar Stern chose 1020 Carroll Drive: It is simply the finest Aspen estate,” states the listing.
The 116-acre Elk Mountain property also features two ponds, a guesthouse with four en suite studios, three caretaker homes, and other facilities.
Square feet: 22,500
Wally Szczerbiak’s estate: Former NBA All-Star Wally Szczerbiak originally listed this home for $13.8 million in 2017. It’s still available at nearly half the initial asking price.
This four-story Georgian Colonial sits on 5.5 secluded acres with deeded rights to Gold Star Beach. The eight-bedroom estate features a pool house, a 20-seat home theater, and a basketball court.
Square feet: 21,835
Overlooking TPC Golf Course: This 11-bedroom home in Sin City overlooks the fourth fairway of the TPC Golf Course.
The enormous home features a 15-seat home theater, casino-style game room, and gym. It was built in 1998, but over $3 million in upgrades and high-end finishes have been installed over the years, including a grotto-style pool and spa.
Square feet: 20,726
Lancaster County estate: This 7.5-acre compound comes with a main home and a few additional homes, which all total about 20,000 square feet of living space.
From the grand foyer with a custom wood staircase to the bathroom with a gold-inlaid sink, every detail in the seven-bedroom, 10,000-square-foot main home is well-appointed.
When it comes to entertaining, guests will love the home theater with a professional sound system, billiard room, and in-ground pool with sauna and waterfall.
Square feet: 20,664
57-acre spread: This grand-scale estate along the Gold Coast is headed to the auction block in July.
Offering hilltop views of Oyster Bay and a location just an hour from downtown Manhattan, the home was once owned by Abby Rockefeller Mauze.
The private setting boasts a 12-bedroom Tudor mansion, carriage house, guesthouse, tennis court, greenhouse, and pool house.
Square feet: 19,302
Former church: This heavenly property is offered at an affordable price, which comes out to an astounding $21 per square foot.
It could be transformed into a spectacular residence with plenty of space to room out. Or perhaps a live-work space? Or even a multiunit building for rental revenue? The 1-acre property just needs someone with a creative eye to begin the transformation.
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