Kim Dotcom Puts Party Mansion On The Market
The very home where Kim Dotcom held some incredibly wild parties is on the market.
The New Zealand-based entrepreneur has recently moved out of the mansion, and you will need between NZ$40 million and NZ$45 million (USD$24 million and USD$27 million) to own it.
Dotcom, who is famous for launching the file-sharing website Megaupload, has been renting out the mansion for NZ$1 million (USD$660,000) per year.
The listing agent for the home is Barfoot & Thompson and the 2,375 square metres of living space is for sale by tender. Offers close on Thursday, April 21, 2016.
The picturesque mansion, located in Coatesville, NZ—30 kilometres northwest of Auckland—has four levels and includes all sorts of goodies any rich homeowner would desire: 12 bedrooms, a grand staircase, dressing circle, Olympic length indoor lap pool, library, wine cellar, billiards room and a tennis court. And that’s not all.
The property also boasts a barn and a cottage-style guest home that includes a garage for up to 10 cars.
Christina Tang, who is a sales representative with Barfoot & Thompson, expects the home will draw in all sorts of interest from potential buyers.
“We expect a lot of interest from overseas buyers, especially from China, Europe and Russia,” says Tang during an interview with Business Insider.
“This is a one-of-a-kind home that is grand in every way, from its commanding entrance to its most private living spaces, while the grounds provide for never-ending views, activities and development potential.”