£37m mega-mansion complete with shark tank and waterfall – but no door handles

£37m mega-mansion complete with shark tank and waterfall – but no door handles

The mansion is located in Palm Desert, California, and is on top of a hill We don’t all have a spare £37 million to spend, but if you were among the mega-rich back in November, you could have been in with a chance of snapping up a property that estate agents have called “one of the most spectacular estates ever built”.

The mega-mansion, located in Palm Desert, California, USA, hit the market two months ago for an eye-watering $49.5 million (£36.35 million), the Daily Star reports .

And the homeowner certainly gets a lot for their money, as the estate spans across a total of 7.68 acres of land with 20,667 sq ft of space to play with.

The home is a haven for the tech-savvy, as there isn’t a single doorknob to be found anywhere on the property and a smart home system takes care of opening the doors instead. The property has been described as ‘one of the most spectacular estates ever built.’

As well as this, the property boasts an impressive “aquarium tunnel”, which is made up of two tanks filled with exotic fish and one shark tank – complete with live sharks.

There are also retractable walls around the outdoor space, meaning you get the choice of staying cosy inside or making the most of the outside area, which comes with three interlocking heated pools, a waterfall, a spa, a koi pond, and a barbecue.

The property even splits up the living quarters, so the homeowner and up to four guests can each have their own slice of luxury. Two fish tanks and a shark tank make up an impressive hallway.

In the owner’s suite, the lucky occupant will be met with their own private outdoor lounge area, as well as a private outdoor spa, a fireplace, and dual baths and closets. The four guest suites are located in a separate guest pavilion, and the property also features an additional kitchen and lounge area. For your money, you’ll even get a sculpture by famed artist Dale Chihuly thrown in on top of the home’s many impressive features. But if you were thinking of contacting your mortgage provider, think again – the mega-mansion was snapped up on December 22, just over a month after it went on the market on November 15.

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