Spain’s largest estate agency portal Idealista has published details of their most expensive homes for sale.

Gangster’s Paradise, Marbella, 55,000,000€

At number 1 is a mansion in Málaga, Marbella, for a cool 55 million euros.

It consists of a farm of 8,000m2 and 12 bedrooms distributed through three buildings.

Spain's Second Most Expensive Home is in San José (Idealista)
Spain's Second Most Expensive Home is in San José (Idealista)

From the owners “You will have to discover the most expensive home in the country, a large estate with majestic buildings in a privileged and elitist place.”

Porroig, Sant Josep, Ibiza, 40,000,000€

Number 2 is defined as a villa of “very high luxury” in Porroig,Josep, Ibiza.

At 40 million euros it has 10 rooms distributed through 4 buildings, professional tennis and squash courts built on a 2,040m2 property. The main house is 1,200m2 and the property has a ‘disco area’.

Spain's Second Most Expensive Home is in San José (Idealista)
Spain's Second Most Expensive Home is in San José (Idealista)
Spain's Second Most Expensive Home is in San José (Idealista)
Spain's Second Most Expensive Home is in San José (Idealista)
Spain's Second Most Expensive Home is in San José (Idealista)
Spain's Second Most Expensive Home is in San José (Idealista)
Spain's Second Most Expensive Home is in San José (Idealista)

What do you think? Obviously it is a fantastic home and I expect most people reading this would be very happy to live there, as would I. But it just doesn’t seem like it should be Spain’s 2nd most expensive property.

These are the best of the images of kitchens, living rooms and bedrooms. So if these are the masters, they just seem a bit underwhelming. A bit ‘meh’.

If I am paying 40 million for a property I want a bedroom so vast that the en-suite has an en-suite, and furniture that doesn’t look like it comes from Ikea’s slightly better than the bottom of the range crap. Perhaps I’m just being too fussy.