Each week FOXNews.com retrieves the Top 3 of the over-the-top luxury offerings from Mansion Global.
This week we have the luxury mansion in the hands of the producer of “The Biggest Loser,” an Anguillan paradise with all the benefits of a five star hotel and failed presidential candidate Ben Carson’s golf outing.
“The Biggest Loser” producer David Broome is looking to gain a large profit with the sale of his Calabasas mansion.
Broome bought this luxury property, in the California neighborhood made famous by the Kardashians, in 2012 for a mere $5.4 million and is now looking to sell for $9.4 million.
The six-bedroom house is situated on an acre of land in an exclusive gated and guarded residential area.
The master suite has a separate large designer dressing room and an en-suite bathroom with a dry sauna, steam shower and bath that extends onto a balcony.
The house also features a large private soundproof theatre, an elevator, an air conditioned wine cellar and a two-story library.
Outside you can spin out of control or do some burpees around the courtyard with the fountain. There is also a majestic rose garden, a large glass mosaic swimming pool and infinity spa, a pool house and a barbecue.
Looking for something a little more tropical? This Anguilla property is the definition of real estate goals.
The modern, 9,500 square foot private home located on Anguilla’s northwest coast, is spread over two levels, giving a beautiful views, secluded Barnes Bay Beach.
The building, a part of the Four Seasons Residences, with five bedrooms, five bathrooms, a pristine white exteriors, an outdoor pool and a terrace where you really can enjoy views of the ocean.
It is fully furnished and has a private swimming pool, a lounge, outdoor pool, shower and access to a private beach.
But you’re not just buying the house. You buy the Four Seasons experience.
The buyer will also get all the benefits of a stay in a five-star resort, including access to the Four Seasons’ 24-hour concierge, a spa, a swimming pool and activities, as well as restaurants, bars and lounges.
The hotel also offers access to the chefs and catering team if you would like to have a private dinner or cocktail party in the comfort of your own villa.
It can all be yours for a cool $10 million.
And finally we have the golf getaway of failed presidential candidate and incoming Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson.
Carson bought the five-bedroom, five-bathroom house in 2013 for $775,000 and is now looking to sell for $1.2 million.
The villa in Mediterranean style is equipped with large windows, 22-foot-high ceilings, marble floors, built in shelves and comes with a membership to the development of the golf course and the clubhouse.
“It is a really graceful. There were plenty of classic features is built into these,” said Arthur Martens, who is listing the property through Engel & Völkers. “It has a very grand feel when you’re in.”
The house is perfect for the lazy golfer. You can step right outside your front door and on a Jack Nicklaus designed golf course, which also has a private swimming pool, a gym, a games room and tennis courts.
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