Owner of Missouri mega mansion settles $63 million lawsuit

The owner of Missouri mega mansion Pensmore has settled a $63 million lawsuit brought against the building's concrete supplier just 10 days before the federal trial was set to start.

The 72,000-square-foot colossal 'chateau,' located in Christian County, has been under construction since 2009 and was carefully designed to accommodate owner Steven T. Huff and his family as a safeguard from natural disasters and other disruptions such as tornadoes, earthquakes, bombs, fires and even insects.

Huff, an astrophysicist and chairman of TF Concrete Forming Systems, filed the lawsuit against Monarch Cement Co. and a subsidiary, City Wide Construction Products in July 2016 alleging the contractors skimped out on necessary building materials.

Steven T. Huff and his family have settled a $63 million lawsuit against the Pensmore mansion's concrete supplier

Steven T. Huff and his family have settled a $63 million lawsuit against the Pensmore mansion's concrete supplier

The 72,000-square-foot colossal 'chateau,' sits in Christian County, Missouri and has been under construction since 2008

The 72,000-square-foot colossal 'chateau,' sits in Christian County, Missouri and has been under construction since 2008

The building is said to be one of the largest in the nation, above the White House and Pythian Castle

The building is said to be one of the largest in the nation, above the White House and Pythian Castle

Huff, pictured, said the mansion was intended to be built to endure for at least 2,000 years

Huff, pictured, said the mansion was intended to be built to endure for at least 2,000 years

Huff claimed in the suit the 'defendants put enormous quantities of helix, paid for by plaintiff, on their trucks and drove them to storage' and failed to use proper

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