By Diann Patton
RISMEDIA, April 30, 2011—Everyone is buzzing about the Royal Wedding—it’s hard not to miss all the news and rumors circulating around Kate Middleton and Prince William’s nuptials. According to a recent report, the Royal couple will be sharing a suite at Clarence House with Harry after returning from their honeymoon, because they haven’t yet decided on where they want to live.
Now, as a romantic, I have been pouring over photos from the wedding. But as a real estate broker, the first thing that springs to my mind is … let’s find this couple a home!
I came across a listing on ColdwellBanker.com that’s certainly fit for Royalty: an estate called Versailles, which is described as “the largest modern day palace under construction in America.” This 90,000 square foot palace located on 10 + acres in Windermere, FL is priced at $100,000,000. Let me tell you, the specs for this home are unbelievable. Designed to mimic the royal residence of Louis XIV of the 17th century, the residence features a large boat house, formal gardens, a one-story gatehouse with baseball field, two tennis courts, 10 satellite kitchens, a two story wine cellar, a fitness center with spa facilities, a two lane bowling alley, an indoor roller rink, a video arcade, a children’s wing, a movie theatre, an activity and game room and a 12 foot two-sided aquarium. Talk about a home fit for a king and queen!
For more information visit www.coldwellbanker.com.
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