Henderson Mega-Mansion for $ 32.5 million on Tuesday revealed the most expensive home and listing broker in southern Nevada for the first time in 10 years on the market.
The three-story, ultra-luxury estate at 2738 Carina Way, in the Seven Hills community, spans 14,207 square feet, is listed for the price of an apartment complex or office building, and is packed with high-end features.
It has a glass elevator, a basketball court, a game room, a 13-seat movie theater, a security system with 32 cameras and biometric scan entries, and more than 20,000 square feet of heated indoor and outdoor tile flooring, according to luxury-home specialist Ivan Sher’s team at brokerage Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Nevada Properties.
The four-bedroom, the nine-bathroom house also includes a wine cellar; a 37,000-gallon pool with a built-in bar and retractable TV; a nine-hole miniature golf course; a rock-climbing wall; a car lift that brings the vehicle to the second-floor “owner’s suite”; and panoramic views of the valley, a news release said.
“It quite possibly has some of the most exceptional Strip views in the city,” Sher said in the release.
Of course, as with any real estate offering, there’s no guarantee the property will soon find a buyer or trade at the asking price.
But the sales effort comes amid Southern Nevada’s heated housing market, which has seen record-high prices and rapid sales over the past year.
The seller, 60-year-old businessman Mark Lindsey, told the Review-Journal that he had built custom homes for himself before “but nothing to this extent.”
Lindsey, whose holdings include electronics and insurance companies, said he is not leaving Southern Nevada, adding he wants to “downsize a little bit” and live closer to his kids and grandkids.
“It’s literally me and my two dogs who live there,” he said.
He also said he “absolutely” doesn’t have to sell the place and has no problem staying there. Still, when it comes to his huge asking price, he noted that “everything is negotiable.”
“I think it’s worth it,” he said. “Would I negotiate? Yup.”
Luxury homes make up a fraction of all sales in the Las Vegas area, given their big asking prices, and they typically don’t sell quickly or always fetch the price the seller wants.
But amid the current real estate frenzy, mansions have moved from one owner to the next at an accelerated pace.
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.
The three-story, 15,000-square-foot home includes two infinity saltwater pools, a glass wine-storage wall, a sky lounge with panoramic views, a DJ booth and an elevator, according to listing materials.
It sold fast. The home was put up for sale May 29 at $28 million and went under contract with the buyer June 5, its listing history on Zillow shows.
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