At $40 million, Villa Costanza, in the northern hills of Valpolicella, is a fixer-upper. But 15 bedrooms should be enough to accommodate the entire brood, and the place looks worthy of a period piece starring Pax and Shiloh.
Maybe I'm jus jellus and bitter but isn't it easy for one to be a humanitarian and work to raise money for good causes when one owns multiple 40 million dollar homes in multiple countries and continents? Just think what could be accomplished with a 40 million dollar donation! Then I really would sing their praises. I think there is a rich guy in Texas who really does live like that, donating most of his vast fortune, living modestlly but still comfortably. We don't hear enough about that guy. (As I can't even remember his name.)