“The house had a huge salon meant to suggest the French royal palace of Versailles and a massive chandelier in the dining room to replicate the one in New York City’s Plaza Hotel,” Chafetz wrote. In addition to the house’s seven bedrooms and 12 bathrooms, it has a two-story library. The library was inspired by the Biltmore Estate in North Carolina, according to the book.
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The mansion also boasts a guest suite made to resemble the Presidential Suite of the Hotel George V in Paris, Chafetz wrote. The Journal noted that the house might have been altered since the book’s publication. [firefly_poll] The report noted that Limbaugh that even though the home is in good physical condition,the next owner might need to tear it down to build something more modern. The mansion, with a large stretch of oceanfront property, also includes a pool and putting green. This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.
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