In 2009 he settled a lawsuit against an engineering firm that he hired to inspect the 52-room home before he bought it. He claimed they underestimated the value of the repairs needed. The mansion was listed at $14.5 million at that point but then was pulled off the market. It went back up with a new listing agent and a new price of $10.9 million.
Now here we are in 2011 and he has again switched agents. New agent William Raveis announced the listing on StamfordPlus. The home has 52 rooms on 17 private acres and includes a personal helicopter pad.
The new listing comes with new pictures that show the home in a better light than we have seen before. The home still seems more like a hotel than a residence but the new pictures showcase the marble foyer, the dining room, living room, kitchen and home office. The pictures also show the grand home theater, billiards room and nightclub with a lighted dance floor, bar and DJ area. The nightclub also has a private room for after-hours entertainment. For other activities there is also a racquet ball court, indoor pool, large gym, fitness facilities and an outdoor basketball court. Check out the listing for a virtual tour on this property which has finally dipped below the $10 million mark. It now sits at $9,999,999.