#11 – Eurasia, Moscow Manor – Moscow, Russia ($100 Million)
The owner of the Eurasia Manor hasn’t been identified, but it must be someone with at least $100 million because that’s what the asking price was. Most homes aren’t even 4,000 square feet these days, but that’s how big the guest house is. There’s not just one guest house either, there are two identical large ones.
The mansion itself dwarves the guest houses at 11,700 square feet, and that’s not even the biggest part. The rec center inside is eight times that size and has a full spa and gym. Your chances of ever being stressed out or out of shape at Eurasia are almost non-existent. The neighbors are also notable since most are politicians and multi-millionaire businessmen.
#10 – Waterfront Estate – Istanbul, Turkey ($100 Million)
This estate may be the smallest on the list in terms of acreage at only 0.75, but the house itself is a massive 30,000 square feet and it’s right on the coast of the Bosphorus. The house is currently being sold by Luici Real Estate and has all of the luxuries that you come to expect from a $100 million house.
If you have ever wanted to look up and see a crystal chandelier or wash your hands in a gold sink, then this is the place for you. Or if you are the adventurous type and want to be able to jump out of your window and into a river, well then you can do that too. If you have the money for it, chances are you’re eccentric enough to pull a stunt like that off.