Spanish Mansion Mere $72.7 Mil

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Sotheby's International RealtyAmerica's most expensive homes? Bor-ring! Who cares about gussied-up faux English manors the size of a small university? Nah, the real fun is finding an uber-expensive home that nearly dominates an entire island.

Thank you, nuevo rico occupants of Cielo de Bonaire on Majorca (Mallorca), Spain. Nothing says "subtle and refined" like an entryway that could double as the Red Carpet Club holding pen at LAX (see it yourself after the jump).

Let's join Sothebys international Realty and have a look, shall we?
Sotheby's International RealtyMajorca (Spanish and Catalan: Mallorca) is the largest island of Spain, located in the Mediterranean Sea. You might be familiar with nearby Balearic Islands of Ibiza, Formentera, and Minorca, as playgrounds of the rich and famous.

The Cielo de Bonaire has eight bedrooms, eight full baths, and two half baths. In other words, it's worry-free. Should the entire household spontaneously be stricken with H1N1, there will be plumbing for every man, woman, and servant.

Another plus is the low-maintenance yard, consisting of white gravel and garden over the garage. The latter looks suspiciously like a garden of hair plugs, but we understand it takes time to grow a lush head of grass.

The house also has all the deluxe amenities you would expect: a guest house, steam room, private elevator, tennis court, and all-critical heli-pad.

And of course, as one website deadpanned, "a decent view."

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