A ‘fairy tale’ story about a billionaire family’s mansion for years is coming to life

A fairy tale about a wealthy family’s lavish mansion for decades has been unveiled in Panama City, Fla.

The mansion, which has been owned by the Bexmore family for more than 60 years, was purchased in 2013 for $5.5 million by the now-former Bexmoor Investments, Inc. owner.

In February, the mansion was named one of the most expensive homes in the world by Forbes Magazine.

It has been described as a “gorgeous mansion for life” by its owner.

The property was built by a group of wealthy families, including the Bonsons, the Vanderbilts, and the Bixbys, according to Forbes.

The mansion is believed to have been constructed between 1894 and 1902, according the Forbes listing.

The Bexmenos reportedly spent over $5 million on renovations in 2018, and are now hoping to add a second mansion to the collection, according Business Insider.

According to the listing, the new mansion, “the world’s largest” in terms of square footage, will have six bedrooms, four baths, a private spa, and a “beautiful garden” that “takes its inspiration from the gardens of Bixby, a neighboring estate.”