Ten bedrooms, 14 bathrooms,27,000 square feet (yes, of actual living space)—all of them oozing the kind of over-the-top lavishness that one would expect from Richard Landry, the man whose name is synonymous with ridiculously large houses made for people with too much money. The "French Chateau style" mansion, tucked onto just under two acres in gated megamansion playground Beverly Park (via Homes of the Rich), was built in 2008 and hit the market that same year with a $45-million pricetag; it sold in 2009 for just $31.5 million. (Just!) That's a steal for all the totally necessary features the house includes, like a two-story foyer, ballroom, library "with glass floor," home theater, 2,500-bottle wine cellar, and indoor swimming pool. There's also a six-car garage, multiple water features, and an outdoor pool. The estate is asking a much-deserved $50 million.