The Observer reports today that embattled and failed Lehman Brothers exec Dick Fuld is selling his massive Park Avenue home for around $32 million. On the market for a mansion? Let's take a look inside.

[Why not use our amazing new gallery format to gaze upon this real estate wonder? Try it. You'll like it. Or not. But either way, all our galleries are going to look like this starting tomorrow.]

Well, OK. These pictures aren't what the 16-room, 6,200 square foot, full-floor mansion (that Dick and his secret-shopping wife Kathy bought for $21 million back in 2007) looks like right now. Rather they are, as Curbed notes, pictures from high-toned broker Stribling, taken before the fabulous Fulds moved on up.

So gawp and be amazed at what financial chicanery and ineptitude on a magnitude rarely seen can afford you. For, you know, about two years.

Dick and Kathy Fuld's Park Ave Party Palace

Dick and Kathy Fuld's Park Ave Party Palace

Dick and Kathy Fuld's Park Ave Party Palace

Dick and Kathy Fuld's Park Ave Party Palace

Dick and Kathy Fuld's Park Ave Party Palace

Dick and Kathy Fuld's Park Ave Party Palace

Dick and Kathy Fuld's Park Ave Party Palace