A $40 million log cabin, reported to be the biggest of its kind in the world, is currently up for sale in Michigan. It also happens to be the most expensive home for sale in the entire state, is dubbed Granot Loma and has its very own Wikipedia page.
The house is set on 575 acres of land and was initially built in 1923 following five years of construction for $5 million at the time. Interestingly, it was built by Louis G. Kaufman who once served on the board of directors of General Motors.
To create the house, Kaufman employed 22 architects to design and assemble the logs which were transported from Oregan by track. The house has a steel frame and a 6-foot-thick cement foundation with the logs than sitting around the frame.
Found within the house are an incredible 23 bedrooms, 13 bathrooms as well as 30-foot long fireplace among 25 other fireplaces.