Inside a $185 million Switzerland mansion that has walls covered in 24-karat gold

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This week, CNBC's " Secret Lives of the Super Rich " went inside what anchor Robert Frank called "the most amazing home we have ever shot."

The seven-floor home, located at the St. Moritz ski resort in Switzerland, was "designed to make a billionaire's jaw drop," listing agent Senada Adzem of Douglas Elliman Real Estate told "Secret Lives of the Super Rich." At $185 million, it's the most expensive home on the market in Switzerland at the moment and is reportedly owned by an unnamed billionaire.

With perks like a private ski lift to the slopes, a $1.3 million home theater, an underground lake, and rooms that surround you with 24-karat gold walls, this home is truly a playground for the wealthy.

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Below the master suite's floor are the home theater, an entrance to a private ski lift, and a wine cellar.

Below the master suite's floor are the home theater, an entrance to a private ski lift, and   a wine cellar.

There's an entire home spa complete with a steam room and salt chamber, and below that lies an underground lake. Owners can dip into waters that that are lit by Swarovski crystal lights.

There's an entire home spa complete with a steam room and salt chamber, and below that lies an underground lake. Owners can dip into waters that that are lit by Swarovski crystal lights.

The master suite's floors are covered in white Scandinavian fox fur, and its onyx-encrusted master bath has a 360-degree shower.

The master suite's floors are covered in white Scandinavian fox fur, and its onyx-encrusted master bath has a 360-degree shower.

The breakfast nook has 24-karat gold walls, as does the master suite's walk-in closet.

The breakfast nook has 24-karat gold walls, as does the master suite's walk-in closet.

The home's seven floors are accessed by a six-sided staircase.

The home's seven floors are accessed by a six-sided staircase.

In the library, red velvet hugs the walls, and a hidden office can be revealed with the flip of a switch.

In the library, red velvet hugs the walls, and a hidden office can be revealed with the flip of a switch.

Mink fur covers one wall from top to bottom in the living room.

Mink fur covers one wall from top to bottom in the living room.

The floor-to-ceiling windows are 35 feet high and reveal a sweeping view of the Swiss Alps.

The floor-to-ceiling windows are 35 feet high and reveal a sweeping view of the Swiss Alps.
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