It's up to the future buyer to finish it.
The mansion started by timeshare tycoon David Siegel boasts plenty of big numbers: 90,000 square feet. Twenty-three bathrooms. Thirteen bedrooms. Ten kitchens. A 20-car garage, with additional space for two limos. Three pools. A bowling alley. Indoor roller rink. Two-story movie theater. Video arcade. Fitness centre. Baseball field and two tennis courts.
All that and more for $75 million "as is."
There's an option to buy it completed for $100 million.