A Montecito mansion known as the Palace of Versailles in California is hitting the market for a whopping $29.5 million.
The castle-style estate – complete with its own bank vault and secret tunnel – is in the same neighborhood as the likes of Oprah, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, Gwyneth Paltrow and Ellen Degeneres.
The five-bedroom, 10-bathroom estate spans 12,000 square feet. It is located near Santa Monica in the Birnam Wood community of Montecito.
Set on nearly 2 acres, the home features rare and luxurious features, including imported French marble countertops for the kitchen, gold bathroom fixtures and historic chandeliers, according to Jam Press.
The marble alone is said to be worth millions of dollars, with the masonry coming from Italy.
On the lower level of the estate are closets with wood paneling and craftsmanship inspired by the movie “Titanic”.
Perhaps the most amazing features include a Swiss bank safe in the butler’s pantry to protect all valuable cooking utensils, and an underground tunnel leading to a cellar with room for 200 bottles of wine.
Estate amenities include a full-service bar, gym, sauna, steam room, swimming pool, putting green, and plans to create a movie theater, all with top security.
Exterior features of the gated house include a 1,000 year old Carrara fountain set in the manicured garden, which contains patented roses exclusive to the property.
Berkshire Hathaway Luxury Collection owns the listing.