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This is the home of Tim Durham. It is located on E 113th Street in Indianapolis, Indiana.Tim Durham is a 45 year old financier from Indiana and heads up Obsidian Enterprises. Durham made his millions from leveraged buyouts and turn-arounds. His net worth is over $75 million. This mega-mansion is over 30,000 square feet and contains a massive attached garage that can fit up to 70 of Tim’s luxurious cars.
This is the home of Scott A. Jones. The 53-acre estate is located on W 116th Street in Carmel, Indiana. The 27,000 square foot mega-mansion is a High-Tech paradise. It took 7 years and $20 million to renovate the mansion.The home features a 33-foot-high great room, an indoor tree house, a circular mahogany slide connecting two floors, a 25-foot-long saltwater aquarium, two waterfalls in the master bathroom, a separate indoor basketball court, and a full-scale cast of a T. rex skull. Jones’s vintage technology collection includes a Victrola, a metal diving helmet, and a one-cylinder Brush automobile, which predates the Model T. The whole place is kept spotless and humming by a staff of 15, including two IT directors.The Jones residence also includes a dining room with the original leaded-glass windows and a fireplace, a huge breakfast room that doubles as a second dining room, a state-of-the-art kitchen, seven (7) bedrooms, seven (7) full bathrooms, seven (7) half baths, one dog shower, a custom-designed swimming pool, a lush waterfall on a hill on the front lawn, and a spectacularly lit fountain just in front of the house. Future plans include the replacement of the current kidney-shaped swimming pool with a larger indoor/outdoor pool incorporated into a pool house with a fitness center and Japanese Ryokan. The proposed design includes disappearing walls. Scott’s home was named America’s Best Home by HGTV.
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This is the former home of David Koch. It is located on Homestead Trail in Medina, Minnesota. David Koch is an American billionaire businessman. He is one of the co-owners (with older brother Charles) and an executive vice president of Koch Industries, a conglomerate with major oil and gas holdings that is the largest privately held company in the United States. He lives in New York City and is its second-wealthiest resident after Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
This magnificent mansion was the home of disgrace Conseco Ceo Stephen Hilbert and his family. This 40 acres property has 7 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, and 13 fireplaces. In total there are 36 rooms which include a two story library, game room, a barbershop, gym, family room, great room, a huge master closet, and maids rooms. The home was built with finest craftsmanship and materials shuch as mahogany and marble. On the property there is a swimming pool with large pool house, gatehouse, and a massive entertainment complex. This complex houses a full size indoor basketball court, a bar, and other rooms. This monstrous property is the perfect hideaway for a large family that love to entertain, have fun, and live in the lap of luxury. This home is truly one of a kind.
This is the mega-mansion of the disgraced Conseco CEO, Stephen Hilbert. It is located at 1143 W 116th Street, Carmel, IN. It is on the market for $20,000,000 and is 24,786 square feet.
This is the home of Sherwin Glass, the founder of Farmer’s Furniture Company. It is located in Norcross, GA. It has 30,000 square feet and includes 11 bedrooms, 20 bathrooms, and a racquetball court
This is Russell Simmons’ 35,000 square foot mansion located at 101 Fox Hedge Road, Saddle River, NJ.
This is Ronald Burkle’s $30 million mansion in La Jolla, CA. It has 9 bedrooms, 13.5 bathrooms, and 26,674 square feet.