This is the mega-mansion of Nets superstar Vince Carter. His home is located on Blanche Cove Drive in the gated community of Isleworth in Windermere, Florida. The mansion is one of the largest in the community at about 35,000 square feet.
This 31,583 square foot mega-mansion is located at 9912 Lake Louise Drive in Windermere, Florida right next to John Ruggieri’s house. The 13 bedroom, 9 bathroom home is owned by Richard Ullman.
This 15,000+ square fooot French Provincial style mega-mansion is located on Lake Louise Drive in Windermere, Florida. It is owned by John Ruggieri who is a property investor.
This is the mansion of South Florida entrepreneur Nathan Finkel. He is currently selling his home for $15.9 million. The home is the largest in Broward County at over 125,000 square feet including the barn and stables. The mansion is located on Hancock Road in Sunshine Ranches, Florida.
Michaell and Peny North were a wealthy Orlando area couple. The two came into hard times when a large investment in a get-rich-quick scheme fell apart. Peny found her way into transcendentalism and mentalism. Peny died mysteriously one day and her husband Michaell shortly after. The house was left in a trust to Peny’s spiritual leader, Jach Pursel. This home is on the market for $14,000,000. It measures in at 23,111 square feet at contains 7 bedrooms and 11 bathrooms. There is also five additional properties surrounding the main residence (ranging from 3,100 to 4,000 square feet) There is also a guard house and a detached 4-car garage / carriage house. The home is located on Penny Lane Drive in Orlando, Florida.
This is the home of David Siegel’s ex-wife Bettie Siegel. The home is located on Chase Road in Windermere, Florida. The home, which is named Palazzo del Lago, has 36,000 square feet of living space. The mansion has a market value of $60 million and Michael Jackson once offered $75 million to buy it. The home took seven years to design and build and is one of the most expensive homes ever erected by a private owner in Central Florida. It contains imported marble from Spain and Italy as well as a $22,000 elevator.