The most expensive home on the market in Orlando comes with a two-story, all-glass wine room


In this seemingly endless era of all-white mega homes, every house needs a statement piece. The most expensive home in Orlando currently comes with one hell of a conversation starter, a two-story, all-glass wine room.

The home at 9011 Mayfair Pointe Drive alongside Lake Nona Country Club is largely what you'd expect, a McMansion with a bit more money sprinkled on top. The 12,000 sq. foot behemoth takes up almost all of the lot, making a little bit of room for dual brick driveways. The interior is largely white stone and dark wood with a few flourishes like an incredible rectangular light fixture over the dining room table and a living room art piece that (we hope) wasn't meant to look like bullet holes.  A covered outdoor area and pool provide a getaway if the owners get tired of the interior movie theaters, 6 bedrooms and 10 baths.

The unquestionable star of the show is a glass wine cellar(?) that extends into the next floor. The listing notes it's the only one of its kind in the United States and it's definitely the most eye-catching aspect of the entire home. To live near it, the seller is asking $5,988,888.

The listing is represented by Tom Lewis, IV of Lake Nona Realty.

Photos via Realtor.