At $1,945,000, Dallas homeowner Bernice Shanbaum figures her nine-bedroom, 17-bath home is a steal, although she'll have to get back to you on the bathrooms--she can't remember how many the mansion has. "I'd have to count them. Oh, that's too much trouble," Shanbaum said. "I think it's 12 full baths and five half-baths. That's a lot of johns." The penchant for bathrooms was her husband's, Shanbaum explains. Theodore Shanbaum, the co-founder of the Lee Optical chain, never wanted to go without after growing up in a Chicago tenement in which six families shared a single bathroom. Shanbaum first put the house--which has 30,000 square feet, outdoor and indoor pools, a sauna, barbershop and parking for 75 cars--on the market in 1983 for $2.75 million. But finding buyers who share Shanbaum's enthusiasm for "early 1960s creativity" has been a challenge. While the blond paneling and turquoise wallpaper are as pretty to Shanbaum as on the day they went up, others find the house dated. "It's got a case of the uglies," said Jack Williams, the real estate agent handling the home. "But the potential is tremendous. At $1,945,000, I'm thinking that somebody could come in there and sit on that for a year or two and make a buck."