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It is the most expensive home for sale in Virginia and it comes with some famous horses.

The Mount Ida Estate encompasses 4,500 acres, features 26 houses, and was once owned by Bernard Arnault, CEO of luxury conglomerate LVMH Moet Hennessy—Louis Vuitton SE.

It’s listed for $75 million and includes a winery, a brewery, a go-cart track, and some of Budweiser’s retired Clydesdale horses.  He also did about $100 million in upgrades recently.

Sotheby’s says the estate would take the title of Virginia’s most expensive property if it sells for the asking price.

Who has $75 million?

You gotta click through these pics.  The place is amazing – but it looks lonely.  Why would you need all that?  Too many pretty places that don’t look like they are being used.

 

$75 million estate in Virginia comes with Budweiser Clydesdales

Sept. 2 (UPI) -- A property listed for $75 million in Virginia comes with amenities, including a winery, a brewery, a go-cart track -- and some of Budweiser's retired Clydesdale horses. The Mount Ida Estate, which encompassed 4,500 acres, features 26 houses and was once owned by Bernard Arnault, CEO of luxury conglomerate LVMH Moet Hennessy -- Louis Vuitton SE.


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