According to Palm Beach County records, the property includes four guest houses in addition to the main mansion, in all more than 31,000 square feet of sheer luxury.
The property was once valued at $48 million by county appraisers, but the real estate crisis brought that down to $35 million.
Still, El Rushbo paid $500,000 for property taxes last year.
The photos also show Rush’s putting green and parking for at least a dozen cars.
In one, a man is mowing the lawn. But the smart money says he ain’t Rush.