Breathe underwater at this $ 50 million California mansion
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This $ 50 million mansion features an infinity pool with built-in air hoses that allow swimmers to breathe 10 feet underwater. The seller’s family used the glowing luxury to give their game nights a twist and play underwater chess.
“You can literally go underwater for hours,” listing broker Tim Smith of The Smith Group told The Post.
Underwater speakers allow swimmers to vibrate at the bottom of the one-of-a-kind pool, tiled with a blue floral fresco at the bottom.
“The underwater speakers sound amazing,” said Smith, who suggested the pool could be used for photoshoots, TikTok videos, social media posts and even meditation under the water, the broker said.
The swimming pool also has a diving board and a hot tub. A few meters from the pool is a deep freezing basin, designed to shock divers with cold water.
“It’s an incredible sight,” Smith told The Post of the infinity pool waterfall, which stretches 200 feet from the frontage, revealing mountains, hills, city lights and, by clear day, the Hollywood sign.
The remainder of the 0.87 acre lot in Irvine, Calif. Is also stocked with amenities, including an automatic tee-shirt driving range, bar-hut, oversized fire pit, barbecue area, and pizza oven next to it. the swimming pool, according to the list.
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“My husband especially enjoys trying to get that golf ball to one of these greens,” saleswoman Joni Rogers-Kante told George Satsidis on an episode of the Greek TV show “Ιστορίες του Χόλιγουντ “(Hollywood Stories) last month.
Rogers-Kante is the founder and CEO of SeneGence, a multi-level marketing company known for LipSense, a long-wearing lipstick.
Rogers-Kante and her family bought the seven-bedroom, nine-and-a-half-bathroom home for $ 12.5 million in 2017, according to property records.
Most of the exterior equipment was added by the vendor, Smith said. During the pandemic, this equipment became even more in demand than ever.
“COVID, for us, has been the highest demand we’ve ever seen,” Smith told The Post. “It has everything you could possibly need in a house.
The 13,000-square-foot mansion called “Golden Eagle Villa” was built in 2007 and was listed for $ 49.95 million at the end of July, according to property records.
The great room and dining room have hand-painted ceilings with scenes from a town outside of Tulsa, Oklahoma, where the owner grew up. The owner has graced the town’s food store and historic homes with frescoes on its ceilings.
The house is filled with intricate woodwork, moldings and designer wallpapers.
“I love the details of the woodwork,” Rogers-Kante told Hollywood Stories. “Look at this woodwork. It’s just mind-blowing.
The interior is also packed with amenities. It has a pool and poker room with lighted tray ceilings and a wet bar – or, if you prefer wine to alcohol, the house offers a 1,000-bottle wine cellar.
In addition, the gym has a massage room and dry and wet saunas. There is also an air-conditioned underground garage for six cars.
The kitchen has dark wood cabinets with white stone counters and a center island. Behind the large stove is a blue floral backsplash. A dining area with French doors opens onto an outdoor kitchen.
“You can tell we actually use our kitchen,” Rogers-Kante told Satsidis.
The parental suite includes two dressing rooms and a living room with fireplace.
Attached is a luxurious bathroom with a lighted tray ceiling and a “beauty corner” where the beauty mogul keeps her personal makeup products.
“I have a lot of what we call unicorns, colors that we don’t make anymore, that of course I have to have. And I have our whole product line, which I use exclusively,” she said. declared.