Mansion Classifications

Mansion (8,000 – 15,000 square feet)

(Nicholas Cage’s 14,000 square foot house in Las Vegas, NV)
  • Nicholas Cage’s 14,000 square foot house in Las Vegas, NV
  • Cher’s 14,000 square foot house in Malibu, CA
  • Tom Cruise’s 13,000 square foot house in Los Angeles, CA
  • Joey Fatone’s 12,000 square foot house in Orlando, FL
  • Eva Longoria and Tony Parker’s 10,000 square foot house in San Antonio, TX
Large Mansion – (15,000 – 25,000 square feet)

(Jim Pallotta’s 21,000 square foot house)
  • Jim Pallotta’s 21,000 square foot house in Weston, MA
  • Mary J Blige’s 18,500 square foot house in Saddle River, NJ
  • P.Diddy’s 17,000 square foot house in Alpine, NJ
  • Oprah Winfrey’s 23,000 square foot house in Montecito, CA
  • Dean Koontz’s 24,000 square foot house in Newport Beach, CA
Mega Mansion – (25,000 – 50,000 square feet)

(Russell Simmons’ 35,000 square foot house)
  • Russell Simmons’ 35,000 square foot house in Saddle River, NJ
  • Michael Jordan’s 29,000 square foot house in Highland Park, IL
  • Paul Parmar’s 39,000 square foot house in Colts Neck, NJ
  • Mohamed Hadid’s 48,000 square foot house in Beverly Hills, CA
  • 40,000 square foot Updown Court in England
  • Eddie Murphy’s 40,000 square foot house in Los Angeles, CA
  • Tyler Perry’s 30,000 square foot house in Atlanta, GA
  • John Schnatter’s 40,000 square foot house in Kentucky
SUPER MANSION50,000+ square feet

(David Siegel’s 88,198 square foot house)
  • Aaron Spelling’s 56,500 square foot house in Holmby Hills, CA
  • Arnold Chase’s 50,000 square foot house in Avon, CT
  • 50 Cent’s 50,000 square foot house in Farmington, CT
  • David Siegel’s 88,198 square foot house in Windermere, FL
  • The 56,000 square foot Hala Ranch in Aspen, CO

8 Responses to “Mansion Classifications”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    Dude, that's awesome. I completely agree on your classifications.

    The only problem I see with building "super mansions" is that if you die or decide to move out, who's gonna be able to buy your place?? Only a small percentage of rich people even could.

  2. Kenny Says:

    thanks, i'm glad you agree.

    Yeah, I agree with you. its not very wise to build a home that large. if you decide that you don't like it anymore, you are going to have a very hard time trying to find a buyer. if you can't find a buyer, then thats tens of millions of dollars down the drain.

  3. Chance Says:

    Man, it's kind of ridiculous when you think about the size of the Super Mansions. I couldn't fathom what it's like to live in a 50,000 or God forbid a 88,000 square foot house. 25,000 is as large as I would go, and that's with a 20 car garage.

  4. Kenny Says:

    I agree, It is very ridiculous when you think about it. Could you imagine the upkeep of a 50,000 square foot house would be. The taxes? jeeez. I hope that one day I can have enough money to live in a 30,000 square foot house and not even have to worry about the cost of upkeep. Most of these people build these large homes that drain out most of their net worth. I would only build a 30,000 square foot house If I had a net worth of over $75 million.

  5. Chance Says:

    Yep, and another thing is that at a certain point it's like living in a warehouse. Remember 50 Cents house when it was on MTV Cribs, it was like a giant cavern, all cold and voluminous, it had nice features but it was way to much.

  6. Anonymous Says:

    I personally think it doesn't matter how big the actual number is, but the layout of the interior. This site has showcased 20000 sq ft homes that seem terribly monstrous while I've seen interiors of homes triple that size, and believe it or not they are quite livable. Scale and proportions are what make the home, and a skilled architect will be able to maintain a scale where it still feels like a livable home, albeit a huge one.

  7. Anonymous Says:

    How about some addresses of these homes so we can check them out on google maps.

  8. Anonymous Says:

    how many stories in the 88,000 sq ft house. It looks like an apartment building.

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