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LVing: the Las Vegas estate offers luxury amenities

It really is a book for records. Southern Nevada’s most expensive home in a decade is now on sale in Seven Hills, and it’s a top-notch showcase.

This 14,207 square foot home, listed by the Ivan Sher Group of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Nevada Properties, is a large estate consisting of three floors, four bedrooms, nine bathrooms and three air-conditioned garages that can accommodate up to 12 vehicles. In addition, there is a car lift that brings the vehicle directly to the owner’s suite on the second floor.

And this is only the beginning of the surprises that this house has in store for you. There is also a fitness room, a casino-inspired men’s cellar (with a bar, pool table, professional Texas Hold’em table, shuffleboard, and air hockey table), 13-seat cinema and media room with 22-foot screen, wine cellar, basketball court, two-story climbing wall and dog spa with motorized dog doors and swimming area. In the center of the house you will find a bespoke glass elevator.

Each room in this house has its own joys, each includes a private bathroom and a fireplace. But the owner’s suite is really something special, with a huge retractable skylight, a spacious walk-in closet, a private laundry room, a spa-style bathroom, a shower with 53 shower heads and steam.

Go through one of the home‘s power sliding doors (they retract into the walls) to access the incredible backyard, showcased by a 37,000 gallon infinity pool featuring custom glass, a integrated bar and retractable TV. Don’t feel like swimming? Test your putting skills on a nine-hole miniature golf course.

Want to cook? Choose from an indoor or outdoor kitchen, both equipped with induction hobs and Sub-Zero refrigerators, and the outdoor kitchen has a teppanyaki table, ice cream maker and oven. pizza. The 14 foot cantilever island will impress any guest.

Tech geeks will absolutely appreciate the features of this home, courtesy of Eagle Sentry: full spectrum LED lighting more personalized than any other home in Southern Nevada; advanced security systems with 32 cameras and biometric scan inputs; 13 integrated motorized door systems; over 20,000 square feet of heated tile floors inside and out; high fidelity music distribution in 32 indoor and outdoor spaces; and 32 video screens throughout the property with centralized 4K video distribution. Everything is powered by the more than 300 solar panels in the house.

And it’s a home for all seasons and vacations. With nearly 400 full-spectrum RGB color-changing recessed lights and approximately 4,000 feet of linear lighting from Colorbeam, you can create a light show to suit any occasion, from vacations to special events using a central lighting control system.

2738 Carina Way, $ 32.5 million, 702.400.2400, license no.BS. 0046822

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Cory E. Barnes

The author Cory E. Barnes

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