Champ d'Or, the largest estate in North Texas, sold at auction Friday for the second time.

The lavish French chateau-style palace in Denton County is modeled after the Vaux-le-Vicomte chateau in Paris, and was built in 2002 by Alan and Shirley Goldfield for an estimated $52 million. The Hickory Creek estate most recently sold in March 2012 after 433 auction inquiries and over 500 showings.

Champ d'Or, which means "field of gold" in French, boasts 48,000 square-feet of lap-of-luxury living space, according to New York-based auction house Concierge Auctions.

The estate sits on almost 40 acres and includes a six bedrooms, a media room, exercise room, bowling alley, wine cellar, multiple kitchens, a sauna and steam room, a tennis court, game room, indoor and outdoor pools, plus a tea room modeled after New York's Tavern on the Green restaurant.

How much did it sell for? Concierge Auction said the price will be revealed upon closing.