William J. Chadwick, a managing director of real estate investment banking firm Chadwick Saylor & Co. initially listed the home in 2008 for $65 million, but after several price chops he decided to auction this luxury property.
Now, he's turning to an auction house to help him sell the estate.
The starting bid of $22 million, coupled with the original listing price, makes it the highest priced home ever to go on auction, a broker with Premiere Estates Auction Company, which is overseeing the sale, told Forbes.
The 9,500 square foot home has two kitchens, a movie theater, six bedrooms, and nine bathrooms. There's also an awesome built-in aquarium with tropical fish.
The auction will be held on September, 18.