100 million mansion unusual sale - Billed by the owner as the opportunity of a lifetime maybe the sale of this mansion should be billed as the opportunity after a lifetime.
100 million mansion unusual sale
So why would this mega mansion be considered the ‘sale after a lifetime’? Well first of the price may just about kill you but that isn’t the reason. It’s owner has decided you can only get the home after he dies! According to an article from the Huffington Post:
“As if the $100 million asking price wasn’t deterrent enough, the owner of a mansion for sale in a ritzy San Francisco suburb says the buyer can move in only after his death.”
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The unusual arrangement is for a 16,000-square-foot Mediterranean-style home on more than 45 acres in Hillsborough.”
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Owner Christian de Guigne IV may not be around for much longer though as he is 76 years old. Born and raised in the home you can see why he may want to hold onto it and selling a home for post-death moving in is apparently an old practise.
Source: Huff Post.
Would you gamble on such a sale?
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