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This Is What $100M Can Buy: Take A Peek Inside Gianni Versace's Miami Mansion


May 15 2013, Published 6:24 a.m. ET

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The Miami Beach home of iconic fashion designer Gianni Versace is as glamourous as its owner despite ultimately becoming the location of his 1997 murder.

Listed for a whopping $100 million on, the opulent 10-bedroom, 11-bathroom 23,462 square-foot mansion is also as steeply priced as the fashion guru's most sought-after statements.

In true extravagant Versace style, the European craftsmen villa on Miami's world famous Ocean Drive boasts hand-painted walls and ceiling frescoes inspired by artists around the world, with custom tile mosaics, fountains, sculptures and chandeliers adorning every room and courtyard.

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Built in 1930, the house is more like a trip back in time or a day out at the museum due to the intricate details and colorful designs overflowing from the real estate masterpiece that even has a 54-foot long mosaic-tiled 24K gold-lined pool!

Versace both lived and died at the mansion, as he was tragically gunned down by Andrew Cunanan following a walk to pick up the morning papers on July 15, 1997.


Cunanan used the same gun to commit suicide on a boat eight days later, and allegedly murdered four other people before the designer.



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