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Get Yourself “Le Palais Royal” at Hillsboro Beach Florida For $159 Million

The Palace of Versailles served as inspiration when the US tycoon Robert W. Pereira, the founder of construction firm Middlesex Corp, decided to build his luxury mansion. Located in Florida, this property is now for sale for the staggering amount of 159 million united-state dollar – one of the most expensive houses in US and the world.

Designed and inspired by fashion dynast Joseph Leone and in-house architect Denio Madera Design the mansion has 19 bedrooms and 20 full bathrooms. The elegant residence is decorated with 22 karat gold leaf worth 3 million dollars, and there is also IMAX home theater with 18 seats. In addition, there is an underground garage for 30 cars, a beautiful aquarium with 5000 liters capacity. The luxury property has two guest houses and an underground entertainment complex with a skating rink, a nightclub, a bowling hall as well. The building extends to a 418 square meters wide infinity pool equipped with slides.

Built on the area of 5,500 square meters, one of the most exclusive areas of Florida (Hillsboro Beach), the property also has its own private beach and 2 piers where you can park your 200-foot yacht. Enjoy the beautiful sights!

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