Luxury Mansion Designs: The Ultimate in Real Estate Sales

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Wouldn’t it be nice to live in an incredible luxurious mansion with eight bedrooms, ten bathrooms, three kitchens, private tennis courts, an indoor and outdoor swimming pool, a theatre room and anything else suited to your needs?

Even the thought is enough to make you smile.

For those of you who are lucky enough to be able to afford a luxury mansion, you most certainly want the best of the best to design it. After all, this isn’t just some ordinary house. We’ve highlighted some of the details and design decisions you need to consider.

For those who are only lucky enough to dream, we’ve put together a list of some of the best luxury mansions in the country, so when you do win the lottery and strike it rich, you are ready to call your real estate agent and buy that dream estate.

When searching for your dream home, you need to take into consideration both the architectural interiors and the exteriors. Some of the mansion’s featured home styles include classical Beaux Arts, Modern Movement, Deconstruction, Mediterranean Revival, Victorian,
English Tudor, Tuscan villa and palace, French provincial country chateau, c Serena Payne Stewart Mansion.htmastles and manors of various designs.
Dream Real Estate Luxury Mansions
Below we’ve listed three of the most stunning and majestic mansions in the United States. Of course, this list is not extensive; however, it can give you a little indication of what to look for in a luxury mansion.

In 1913, in Sleepy Hollow, New York, John D Rockefeller designed Kykuit, his dynasty. The views extend to the Hudson River Valley towards Manhattan from this 2,000 acre estate. The house features neoclassical facade and romantic details mixing the different architectural designs to form an elegant, yet mishmash mansion.

In 1985, Cornelius Vanderbilt II built The Breakers in Newport, Rhode Island, home to some of the finest estates on the east coast. The home features a 70 room palazzo similar to those found in 16th century Genoa. Other rooms include a music room and a two story dining room in alabaster and gilded bronze.

In Dearborn Michigan Henry Ford’s Fair Lane Estate lies hidden from view. Designed by William Van Tine in 1915, Ford’s 56 room mansion boosts an array of cypress, oak and walnut walls and staircases making it more like a rustic getaway than the traditional castle-like mansion. The mansion also has a powerhouse designed by Thomas Edison and a six car garage for Ford’s ‘toys.

Planning Ahead with Luxury Mansion Real Estate
Of course, mansions like these and hundreds of others in the United States and around the world are going to cost a little bit of cash. Forbes reports that the richest homes in America average 47.4 million USD. However, many homes in America tip the financial bank accounts at 63 millions.

Aspen Colorado, Montauk New York, East Hampton New York, Medina Washington and Los Angeles California were some of the cities with the most expensive, and most exquisite luxury mansions.