We've all dreamed of the homes we'd buy after coming into a lot of cash. The sprawling coastal estate. A baller castle. Cameron from Ferris Bueller's place. But what if your bank account is like, embarassingly huge? When you're Paul Tudor Jones — currently the 336th richest man on Earth according to Forbes — you build an epic 6250-acre fish & wildlife-stocked sporting estate in Maryland, complete with a hotel-sized main lodge and a lake with man-made islands in the shape of your initials. Sound like your kind of place? Well, he's selling it, and just dropped the price by a third to the relatively reasonable sum of $20 million. Let's have a look at what all those clams will get you.
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You should feel very safe, as security is clearly state-of-the-art.
Considering the property is nearly 10 square miles, it takes a minute to get to the compound.
Are we there yet?
Ahh, we made it. Here's the 11 bed/10 bath Adirondack-style main lodge that serves as the hub for the sprawling digs.
Check out the airy living room. Full of no-longer-living things.
This is where you feast. And those are not windows, it's a 360-degree mural.
The game room could totally pass for a dive bar somewhere out west.
Invite your friends, then make them sleep like a bunch of orphans!
Things get real in back.
Get a load of the view. Everything you can see is yours.
... and this.*
*Jones was actually slapped with a $2 million fine for filling in protected wetlands during construction. But hey, not your problem!
The property is dotted with a few facilities like this one (a horse riding ring). There's even a dog kennel and racing track, because of course.
Tired of hunting/fishing/riding horses? Volley your heart out on the indoor courts. Or if competition's not your thing, get twisted in the private yoga studio.