lake butler, fla., may 25 (upi) -- a 90,000-square-foot home with a 20-car garage in florida -- named after a palace in france -- is up for sale at $75 million.
The orange county home on lake butler is still incomplete, perhaps a drawback, but boasts 66,800 square feet of space with heating and air conditioning, a 7,200-square-foot grand hall and a 30-foot-wide stained-glass dome, the orlando (fla.) sentinel reported tuesday.
With 13 bedrooms and 23 bathrooms, it is said to be the largest family home in the united states. The owners, time-share mogul david siegel and his wife jacqueline, have named the colossus versailles, after the famous palace outside paris.
Construction has been halted on the home, as siegel is "using all the money we can raise for our business," he said.
The siegels have eight children, which explains the bowling alley, roller skating rink, arcade and theater.
"we've gotten interest from all over the world. We actually are getting more than i thought we would of ... People who can afford the house," said coldwell banker residential real estate agent lorraine barrett, who listed the mansion.