What Are Some Features of Rush Limbaugh's Palm Beach Mansion?

Rush Limbaugh’s Palm Beach mansion is an ocean-front palatial estate located on North Ocean Drive in Florida. It consists of five separate houses. The estate’s total footage, including the patio, garages and guest homes, is 34,000 square feet.

Rush Limbaugh occupies the main house, a 24,000 square foot mansion that he renovated and decorated himself. The four other houses are used for guests.

The estate has an elevator, 12 bathrooms and seven bedrooms. It features a putting green, a 2.2-acre private beach, large pool, guard station and a massive dining room chandelier that once hung in New York’s Plaza Hotel. Other decorative items include a suite of armor and a life-size oil painting of Limbaugh himself.

The house also features a wood-paneled, two-story library, with cherubs on the ceiling and shelves that house Limbaugh’s leather bound collections. The estate’s garage holds a fleet of Maybach 57s, each costing around $500,000 each.

“The Rush Limbaugh Show” is a nationally syndicated radio talk show that premiered in 1988. It is the highest-rated radio program in the United States as of 2015. Limbaugh has a net worth of $400 million dollars and an estimated annual salary of $70 million. He is also the author of several books, two of which have been on the New York Times Bestseller’s List.