At the moment, the most expensive property on the market is a $139 million palace in Broward County, Fla. What does one get for that hefty sum, you ask? Plenty. The place is practically a giant jewelry box, given all the gold it contains, starting with the 13-foot, 22-carat gold leaf gate, according to a news release on the listing.Before getting into the specs of this place, let’s look at the neighborhood. After all, what good is a multi-million-dollar palace if you don’t love the view?Ambience likely won’t be an issue for whoever decides to purchase Le Palais Royal (yes, that’s what it’s called, and yes, it means “the royal palace” in French). It’s situated among other lovely properties in Hillsboro Beach, a part of the Miami metro area, with a private dock for a mega yacht on the west side of the narrow strip of land known as Millionaires’ Mile (the actual street name is Hillsboro Mile). The Atlantic Ocean is on the other side.The infinity pool alone is larger than the average home in the United States — 4,500 square feet. According to the 2010 census, the average home was 2,392 square feet (the median was 2,169).