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This Is What Nirvana Looks Like (And How Much It Costs To Live There)

03/10/2015 06:18 pm ET | Updated Mar 10, 2015

In Buddhism, nirvana is believed to be a transcendent state in which there is neither suffering, desire, nor sense of self. In real estate, it's the name of a 16,087-square-foot oceanfront haven nestled between the Atlantic Ocean and the Lake Worth Inlet in Manalapan, Florida.

Here's what we mean...

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Heavenly, right?

If you still aren't convinced, the mansion sits on more than an acre of oceanfront land. The property boasts six bedrooms, thirteen bathrooms, a Zen garden, a full spa with steam room and sauna, an outdoor meditation area and a Buddhist prayer room.

The not-so-heavenly part? The price tag. But according to listing agents at Douglas Elliman Real Estate, the Palm Beach county home is well worth the $25 million. (These are the same agents who tried to sell us on a $13 million home with a Rolls Royce Phantom included in the asking price.)

Although there is a tiki hut, a dance club and a private dock that can accommodate a 130-foot yacht, the property does not come with a "free" car.

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