There are some pretty insane celebrity mansions out there, with huge rooms, beautiful views, and amazing amenities. But this particular mansion has everything you could want, and an iconic previous owner. Shaquille O’Neal’s Florida mansion has a 95-foot pool, a 17-car garage, and a 6,000-square foot indoor basketball court — and it can be yours for a cool $28 million. The former NBA player’s home is just outside of Orlando — the city that drafted him into the NBA. The home has 12 bedrooms, and 15 bathrooms. It also has an aquarium-style room with a fish tank, a “gentlemen’s room” with game tables and a bar, a recording studio, a dance studio, a gym, and a cabana that overlooks Lake Butler. There’s also a boat dock, and a guest wing with five bedrooms. And the master bedroom has four room-sized master closets. The estate sits on three acres, inside the gates of a prestigious golf club. Shaq bought this mansion back in 1993 for $3.95 million. He also owns a couple more homes — one in California, and one in Georgia. So, if you’re interested in living a life as large as the basketball icon himself, then check your savings and inquire about this massive mansion.
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