VAUGHAN, Ontario (CNN/CBC NEWS) - A Canadian couple is selling their dream mansion: a minireplica of France's Palace of Versailles. But this is located in Vaughan, Ontario.
The nearly $18 million, 24,000-square-foot property boasts European grandeur and major luxuries.
The ornate front gates, 18th-century replica statues and piazza are impressive.
The six-bedroom, 12-bathroom mansion features 24 gold-plated chandeliers, and the ceilings have been hand-painted and inspired by Versailles.
The home has three kitchens and an indoor pool.
The mansion also has something the owner calls "the ultimate man cave,” the Ferrari room and a fully heated garage with marble floors.
The place is literally fit for a king, built by owners who are two GTA entrepreneurs.
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