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As reported in the Las Vegas Review-Journal today, a mega-mansion located at 2738 Carina Way, Henderson, NV 89052 has been placed on the market for $30.5 million, which is the most expensive luxury home put up for sale in the past 10 years.
This luxury home is located in Seven Hills and comes in at over 14,000 square feet. It has a glass elevator, a b-ball court, a games room, a 13-seat movie theatre, a security framework with 32 cameras and biometric examination sections, and more than 20,000 square feet of warmed indoor and outside tile flooring.
The four-bedroom, nine-bathroom house also has a wine basement; a 37,000-gallon pool with an built-in bar and retractable TV; a nine-hole mini-golf green; a stone climbing divider; a vehicle lift that carries the car to the second-floor “proprietor’s suite;” and panoramic views of the valley, a news release said.
In June, billionaire Anthony Hsieh, founder of mortgage firm LoanDepot, bought a newly built mansion in the Henderson foothills for $25 million, the most expensive home purchase ever recorded in Southern Nevada.
This is a newsworthy blog post. We are not the listing agent. The listing agent is Ivan G Sher of BHHS Nevada Properties. If you are interested in this property and have yet to secure representation, please reach out to us.
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