Spectacular mansion in the Nevada desert comes with its own backyard WATER PARK

It looks more like a theme park than a home.

But this huge waterpark in the Nevada desert is in fact the private pool of an outrageous mansion in the Nevada desert, near Boulder City.

A lazy river meanders round the backyard, taking swimmers past features such as a 20-foot diving pool and a cobblestone-lined water slide.

And once the residents have worn themselves out, they can relax in a secret grotto hidden behind a waterfall or take a stool at the old-West saloon.

Yet however successful the owner was in creating an outlandish backyard, it seems their other businesses were not as fortunate - the home has been foreclosed and is on the market for $3,000,000.

Wet and wild: The carefully designed backyard comes with a water wheel and a faux old-timely saloon complete with a cowboy dummy

For the prospective buyers who are not interested in splashing around in the crystal-blue pools or stealing away to a secret waterfall grotto, there is still plenty of fun to be had as the property features a tennis court and two putting greens, AOL Real Estate reported.

Desert paradise: The breathtaking grounds feature man-made waterfalls and crystal-blue pools

Beside all the over-the-top outdoor elements, the mansion at the center of it all is nothing to sneer at either.

The house is 9,245 square feet sitting on 1.5 acres of land with six bedrooms, seven bathrooms covered in marble, two family rooms and large living spaces, including a dining room that sits 10.

Fun-filled oasis: The property near Boulder City, Nevada, features a water park complete with a lazy river

According to the listing, the property features ‘Disneyesque’ finishes and strong attention to detail. The estate also has a garage that can fit more than five vehicles, multiple fireplaces, a sprawling wood-paneled library, an in-house fitness center, a wine cellar and even a private elevator.
Elegant touches: While the house has an elevator, it also has well-crafted wooden staricases, like the one on the left gaurded by a suit of armor, and several verandas overlooking the mountains in the distance

While the identity of the luxury home’s previous owners has not been revealed, it is known that the estate was built in 2004.

Hideaway: Among the over-the-top features the backyard has a secret waterfall grotto

Cozy comfort: The luxury home has more than five fireplaces as well as central heating

Polished presentation: The listing for the house states that there are several large living areas, including a sprawling dining room that sits 10 with gleaming hardwood floors

Stunning vistas: The estate comes with a veranda featuring a hot tub that is overlooking the mountains

Spacious: The 9,245-square-foot estate has a total of six bedrooms and even a private elevator

Fine dining: The dining room features antique-style chairs and gold braiding

Grand style: The home's future owners will have five full baths and two half-baths at their disposal

Grand entrance: Two statues of dogs line the approach to the front door

Monkeying around: One bathroom has an oil painting of a chimp to greet residents

Home meals: The kitchen is vast, should the owners ever have to prepare their own meals

A coat of arms adorns this hallway along with oil paintings

Source : dailymail


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