Rodney B. Mott is a steel magnate who has been CEO of International Steel Group. When Mittal Steel bought it in 2005, he took the helm of then-bankrupt Canadian steel producer Stelco, where that same year he was paid $42.7 million, making him the 17th highest paid executive. The next year to lead a turnaround effort that culminated in its sale to United States Steel Corp. in 2007. Toronto’s Globe and Mail estimated that those two takeovers were worth a total of about $109 million to Mott personally.
The 21,970 sq ft mansion has rooms with dimensions like 40x28 and 34x18 ft. Apart from all the usual comforts of home, this one includes a full guest suite, a “summer kitchen,” a “chef’s kitchen,” a wine cellar, a theater, a fitness center with sauna and a bowling alley. Outside is a three-tiered, cascading pool.