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Is This the Most Utterly Ridiculous Bedroom in the Country?

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For a bedroom to be certifiably insane, it should have hand-painted ceilings that shine brighter than the Sistine Chapel and miniature damask-covered furniture for dolls. What do you know! This beaut has both of these decor attributes and is one room of many in an 18,000-square-foot mansion on the Intracoastal Waterway in Miami Beach. Used as a set in two episodes of the new Starz series Magic City, the 13-bedroom mansion has hosted Clinton, Gorbachev, Netanjahu, Thatcher, and Kissinger and is asking $19.8M. Anyway, that enormous stuffed dog reasonably suggests this is a kids' room, and if that's indeed the case you can only imagine what the rest of the place looks like: Curbed Miami has the full photogallery.

· Mediterranean Magic City Set, With Ballroom, For $19.8 Million [Curbed Miami]