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$6.5M Las Vegas Mansion Has an Ace Up Its Sleeve: a Quaint Italian Street
With all the over-the-top casinos and resorts in Las Vegas, it seems possible that some of the city’s private residences might embody a similar vibe, right?
This 9,771-square-foot, designer mansion sure does! You won’t find anything else like it, except maybe at The Venetian on the glittering Strip.
Listed for $6.5 million, this luxe manse certainly takes some fanciful cues from Sin City.
Most notably, the home includes a special corridor, designed to look like a street in a quaint Italian village. The unique feature helped crown this property the most popular home on Realtor.com® last week.
Indeed, it appears quite realistic with its second-floor balconies, fountain, antique-brick-lined street, and storefront windows with wine, cheese, and chocolate displays.
According to the Las Vegas Review Journal, the owners are not Italian but were inspired by a visit to the beautiful country. So they took a designer’s suggestion to create the whimsical, village-street addition. The stores are named after the owners’ children, and the addresses correspond to their birthdays.
The magnificent six-bedroom, nine-bath mansion is located in The Ridges, a gated community in the upscale suburb of Summerlin.
Built in 2011 on a half-acre lot, the home has all the bells and whistles. There’s a chef’s kitchen with a La Cornue stove, a Miele espresso machine, a large countertop bar, and a breakfast banquette.
The second-story primary suite is outfitted with a fireplace, lounge, gym, and an extensive private balcony and fire pit.
The home offers two particularly charming, en suite children’s rooms—one with an elevated stage area and another with a ladder-accessible reading loft.
The grand office features extensive paneling and built-ins, with a wheeled ladder for the bookshelves.
Other luxury flourishes include an elevator, a pub with a sprawling bar and kitchenette, a theater with reclining seats, and a 600-bottle, temperature-controlled wine room and tasting area.
The outdoor spaces are equally impressive, with a multilevel pool and spa, sunken kitchen, fire features, and half basketball court.
While those luxe amenities are undeniably fabulous, they’re not necessarily uncommon in homes of this size and price range.
But a palazzo that comes with an entire Italian-village street? For the right buyer, that’s a one-of-a-kind amore!
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