Inside $6 MILLION ‘Miami Vice-style’ mansion with neon lights, palm trees and a waterfall – The Sun

INCREDIBLE pictures show inside a $6million mansion with neon lights, palm trees and a waterfall that wouldn’t look out of place on Miami Vice.

Dubbed a “masterpiece frozen in time”, the 12,000-square-foot 1980s-themed mansion looks like the perfect place to hold some wild parties.




It was built in 1980, on three lots covering 1.53 acres – and can now be purchased for $5,999,000.

The home – which also has an indoor hot tub, dry sauna, beauty parlor, massage room, bar, and separate casitas – was labeled as realtor.com's most popular home two weeks ago.

There are seven bedrooms, 14 bathrooms located throughout the pastel-colored home.

Ed Borquez, the mansion's listing agent, with Pacific Sotheby's International Realty described the house as "really wild."

He told realtor.com: "The owners of the home were casino owners in Vegas, so that's why all the neon.

"It's a masterpiece frozen in time."




The home, just a 30-minute drive from Palm Springs, CA, appears to be an ideal party palace, but it's also perfect for time spent in quarantine during the coronavirus pandemic.

It has a hotel-like feel and includes a huge master suite and two guest room suites.

The property has a private water park with lakes, a waterfall, a lazy lagoon, and a guesthouse.

The game room has a neon-lit pink pool table, mirrors on the walls and ceiling, and a pink carpet.

If that wasn't enough pink, the main residence has a pink canopy overhead.

Luckily, everything pictured in the house – is included in the sale.




Borquez said: "The pictures don't do it justice. You have to see it in person to really appreciate it.

"The [owners] loved entertaining, and that was their biggest draw."

"They built it to have that 'Rat Pack' type of Palm Springs lifestyle."

The mansion is a part of Vintage Club – "one of the United States’ most prestigious and ultra-exclusive private country club communities."

Anyone who buys the colorful home must become a member.

"The process is that you make an offer [on a home], and as soon as you make the offer, you apply for the membership and then go through the vetting process of the club," Borquez said.




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