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The World's Most Expensive Mansion

Located 25 miles from London this fantastic over 40,000 sq. ft. 22 bedroom estate has 5 swimming pools, one of which is an infinity pool, a bowling alley, a 50 seat cinema, beauty salon, dressing room, sauna, private bar, an eight limousine garage and more!   There are 2 guest houses, an underground garage and a security lodge next to the main house.   The driveway is made of marble and is heated from below.   It is situated on 58 private acres.   They say when this house sells, as it is now for sale for 175 million, it will be one of the most expensive homes ever sold. Check out the video!  
 


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Comment balloon 27 commentsDebbie Walsh • January 30 2010 02:07PM
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