The ‘all inclusive’ $7.5M mansion with its own SHOPPING MALL, restaurant, wine shop, and ballroom

The ‘all inclusive’ $7.5M mansion with its own SHOPPING MALL, restaurant, wine shop, and ballroom

AN INCREDIBLE “all-inclusive” mansion has gone on sale for $7.5 million – and it comes with a huge number of amenities, including its own French bistro, theatre, wine shop, arcade, and ballroom.

The six-bedroom home, in Allentown, Pennsylvania, was built in 1997 and occupies 4.62 acres of land. 14 The home is located in Pennsylvania 14 It sits on 4.62 acres of land 14 It has a wine shop inspired by French prairie 14 It also has a French bistro inside The house also boasts 22 bathrooms – which may come as a little surprise once you tour the sprawling property.

As well as having typical luxury add-ons including a home gym, sauna, and swimming pool, the 36,800sq ft interior makes full use of its size – by incorporating its own miniature shopping mall.

On the ground floor, a wall and ceiling mural recreates a sunny day in Paris – with a French bistro with both indoor and “outdoor” seating. Guests can pick different places to sit on. There is also a beautiful garden. There is a massive game room. The home also has a bar. Events can be hosted in the ballroom The makeshift restaurant has several tables for dining, and a painting on the wall looking out onto the Seine.

Next door in the faux-7th arrondissement is “La Cave de Guillaume” – the wine shop – and a small garden called “Jardin de Phyllis.”

Moving on to the recreated third arrondissement on the Rue de Corbeau is a little bar, complete with bar stools spilling out onto the “road.” Of course, there’s a gym room Elsewhere in the huge property, the French décor continues, but this time entertainment is on the cards.

There is a large games room, complete with a pool table, air hockey, table tennis, and foosball.

Another room of the house is an arcade, with various full-size games – including one with a motorcycle.

A stone corridor adorned with lit-up movie posters leads to the home theatre – a lavish room decorated in royal blue and cream, with a large stage at the front covered by velvet curtains.

There is even a full-size ballroom on the first floor, complete with a stage, piano, and even microphone set up for speeches. The chef’s kitchen is light and airy.

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