The Streets of Monaco by Yacht is a 155-metre yacht costing 1 billion dollars. The yacht recreates protions of the Principality of Monaco. and includes a functional go kart circuit track.

The craft is split into four major external deck spaces. The upper deck features the main swimming pool with swim-in Jacuzzi/bar and the Casino Square, where you have a large glass-bottomed fountain. You can benefit from the sport activities in the yacht’s multi-purpose courtyard, which also doubles as a helipad. There are open sundecks and BBQ facilities aboard the yacht. Other communal areas are “The Oasis” and “The Grand Atrium.”

Inspired from the gardens outside the Monaco Casino, The Oasis is the main boarding point and features a central waterfall. On the lower level, there is the Spa with manicure and hair salon, sauna/steam rooms, a relaxation lounge with a spa pool and a bar, and a gym and café bar with underwater views.

On the other hand, the Grand Atrium connects the upper and lower living areas of the yacht. On the lower atrium are the seven guest suites, library, communal office, communal balcony and cinema. The upper atrium takes you to the entertainment area and the owner’s suite.

When God told Horace Burgess to build a treehouse, he promised that Burgess would never run out of materials as of yet he still has not.  Using recycled wood his structure is over 100 feet tall, with the foundation being a 80 foot tall white oak tree. It is known as Ministers Treehouse, and people come from all over to visit.

Horace he estimates the treehouse to be between 8,000 to 10,000 square feet. with 10 floors.  Burgess, is a landscape architect and an ordained minister, has has put around $12,000 of his own money into it, part of which were for the 258,000 nails he has used. License plates, furniture, roofing material, and plexiglass skylights have been used in the construction.

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If your building a new house, or just want to remodel your current one, here are some ideas on how to construct your garage. All you need is a pile of money and the possibilities are endless. Pics after the jump.