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Behold the Floorplans to Versailles, America's Largest Home

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You've seen the trailer and two-minute clip of the new documentary The Queen of Versailles, but the question remains: Is this for real? Does this house—which billionaire timeshare titan David Siegel and his wife, Jackie, hoped to turn into a 90,000-square-foot dream house before getting hit hard by the recession and becoming forced to list the unfinished behemoth—actually exist? Someone is really trying to sell this place?

New photos and CAD illustrations released by the film's production company confirms that indeed, those absurd floorplans Curbed thought might be for real back in February are, in fact, legit. Because why wouldn't there be a two-sided aquarium forming one wall of a home office? Or a skating rink just a hop, skip, and a jump from a 14-car garage? View the CAD versions below.

· All The Queen of Versailles posts [Curbed National]
· Are These the Floorplans to the Country's Largest House? [Curbed National]