Each week, Fox News picks its Top 3 over-the-top luxury listings from Mansion Global.
This week we have President Donald Trump’s Caribbean retreat, Tom Clancy’s Baltimore penthouse and a Silicon Valley estate that comes with its very own office building.
President Donald Trump is looking to unload his luxurious French St. Martin beachfront estate. The president has used the walled compound mainly as a rental property since purchasing it in 2013.
The estate on the northwestern tip of the Caribbean island has a reported asking price of $28 million.
What do you get for that kind of change? The sprawling 4.8-acre property on Plum Bay encompasses two villas, one five-bedroom and another four-bedroom and a number of other structures, from pool cabanas to a house for the estate manager. Of course, you need an estate manager.
In total, the compound contains 11 bedrooms and 12 full bathrooms. The larger villa boasts a two-story master bedroom with a Jacuzzi bath tub and two private balconies. The smaller villa has a number of themed bedrooms, including the “Jungle Room” with a king-size bed.
The whole property is enclosed by an eight-foot boundary wall.
The spectacular home includes massive open spaces for entertaining, among them a 1,500-square-foot living room, an art gallery foyer.
There are four bedrooms, six bathrooms, an eat-in kitchen and separate dining room.
The mansion n the sky includes six waterfront terraces, a home theater and a fitness center.
There are also multiple offices, dens and libraries with built-in bookcases.
The apartment is located in the first residential Ritz Carlton with no hotel component, and offers 24-hour concierge; valet parking; a game and billiards room and lounge; theater; salon and spa, and a restaurant that offers room service.
This last property gives a whole new meaning to work from home.
Tech billionaire Kumar Malavalli’s 8-acre estate has its very own office building right on the property. It’s now selling for $68 million.
Situated in one of Silicon Valley’s most exclusive residential communities, the property has a 20,400-square-foot, five-bedroom, seven-bathroom main residence and guest suites with their own patios and en-suite baths.
The home includes an indoor pool that has a swim-up bar, a retractable roof that automatically closes when it starts to rain, a home theater, and a wine cellar that holds 3,000 bottles.
It also features a bell tower with an area that can be used as a stage, a meditation garden and a private massage room and sauna.
But all of that is nothing to a Silicon Valley billionaire. Malavalli also constructed a freestanding office building: a roughly 1,024-square-foot executive center with a reception desk, kitchenette, and a conference room.
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