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This Mansion For Sale In Las Vegas Is A Wine Lover's Dream Home

If you've got a serious case of "pent up emotions", it's okay to "wine" a little. They say it's not a good idea to keep things bottled up and we agree. This mansion for sale in Las Vegas has enough room for you and all the bottles of wine you could ever want.

The 8,611 square foot home is situated on lush pastures where you can relax and unwind. The Southwest architecture of the home exudes so much charm that you'll never want to leave.

With seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms, you can invite the whole family over or live with your closest friends. There's plenty of room either way. 

The single-story home has two master bedrooms, and a suite with a full gym, sauna, and spa. Weekend spa day anyone?

Many rooms have exposed wooden beams and there are luxurious stone tiles throughout the interior of the home. The tiles help keep the home cool during the summer. There are also nine fireplaces that will warm you up during the winter.

And if the in-laws are visiting, you can set them up in one of the two detached casitas. Each one has its own living area, ensuite, and kitchenettes. 

Next to the home, there's a detached wine cellar. How many people can say they have their own building dedicated to wine?

It's big enough to hold 4,000 bottles. Red, white, sparkling? The options are endless.  

With five fenced pastures, you'll be able to house and care for up to 16 horses too. And only a short walk away from the main house is a tennis court. 

During the day, you can play with your horses, have a friendly tennis match, and at night, open a bottle of bubbly, and wind down in the pool or spa.

The house is currently on the market for $6,750,000. For the price, you're getting a wine cellar + bullpen + corral + workshop + garage that can hold 8 or more cars + 16-stall horse stable + tennis court, and more. 

Equestrian Paradise with Massive Wine Cellar

Price: $6,750,000

Address: 7330 N Rainbow Blvd, Las Vegas, Nevada

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