Michigan’s 2nd Highest-Priced Home Has 118 Rooms + An Indoor Pool
Cathedral. That's the first word that comes to mind looking through the pictures below. This home in Oakland Township isn't a cathedral, but it certainly drips opulence in every photo.
We've already shown you Michigan's highest-priced home - this rustic lodge valued at $18 million in Alpena of all places - but this house featuring 118 rooms is also something to behold.
And can you imagine cleaning 118 rooms and all those windows? Of course not, because if you can afford the $11.5 million price tag, you can certainly afford to have someone (or a team of someones) come in to do the cleaning.
So Much More Than 118 Rooms
According to the listing, this home features hand-carved wooden archways, hand-painted ceiling frescos (whatever the hell that is), and hand-cut stone with gold-leafed accents.
This 20,000-square-foot house comes with a dry sauna, two guest houses with garages, a tennis court, a home theater, and a covered walkway.
And the tech nerd in me loves the server room. Take a look at the utility room where all of the home's electrical and networking needs are consolidated. It rivals most small businesses. Even the utility area housing the heating and air conditioning system is clean as a whistle.
Did you ever see this house that comes with an indoor pool? Unlike that mold-and-mildew nightmare, this basement pool is beautiful and it's just mere steps away from an indoor whirlpool. Oddly enough, there is no outdoor pool.
All This for $11.5 Million
Just for fun, we took a look at Zillow's monthly cost of ownership. Mortgage, taxes, and insurance would cost you an estimated $70,567 per month. No sweat, right?