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Wealthy people are decking out their homes with underground basketball courts and $500,000 panic rooms, but there’s a hidden danger in the trend...
Luxury homes are decked out with custom details like basketball-court basements and $500,000 panic rooms, but it makes them harder to sell.
It's relatively small compared to the billionaire's other Bel Air mansion.
Shaq is selling his lakeside Florida mansion for $22 million, and it comes with a 17-car garage and a 6,000-square-foot basketball court — here&...
Retired NBA superstar Shaquille O'Neal is selling his $21.9 million Florida mansion. It has a 6,000-square-foot indoor basketball court.
An LA mega-mansion listed at $250 million in 2017 has had its price slashed by $100 million, and it’s still not selling — here’s a l...
The extravagant property in ritzy Bel Air includes five bars, a bowling alley, a 40-seat movie theater, an 85-foot infinity pool, and a candy wall.
Hollywood-style trailers, exclusive dinner parties, and ‘Instagram museums’: The CEO of a real estate PR firm dishes on how he sells multi...
The Society Group sells multimillion-dollar LA mansions by creating Hollywood-style videos for the homes, and throwing made-for-Instagram events.
The most expensive home for sale in the Hamptons is a massive $175 million estate that’s been on the market for over a year
If it sells at its current price, Jule Pond would be the most expensive home to ever change hands in America. It's been on the market for over a year.
The most expensive house for sale in New Jersey is a sprawling $29.5 million estate with a private English-style pub, and it’s only 25 miles fro...
The most expensive home in New Jersey is a $29.5 million estate with an infinity pool, an English-style pub, a private movie theater, and a soccer field.
This $245 million Los Angeles mansion is the most expensive home for sale in the US — and it costs 960 times more than a typical US home
An LA mansion listed for $245 million is the most expensive house for sale in the US — and it's 960 times more expensive than a typical US home.
It took Gates 7 years and $63 million to build his Medina, Washington, estate, named 'Xanadu 2.0,' after the fictional home in 'Citizen Kane.'
Some of the most expensive and lavish homes ever built have fallen into disrepair after being abandoned for various and often tragic reasons. From a villa that's been empty for 70 years on an island in New York to a Gothic manor in Scotland, here are 10 abandoned mansions around the world.