$1.65M Entertainer’s Dream House With Secret Rooms Intrigues Adults and Kids Alike

$1.65M Entertainer’s Dream House With Secret Rooms Intrigues Adults and Kids Alike

By: Realtor.com 

Built in 2016, the dreamy 3,350-square-foot residence features all of the above—along with some very cool secret rooms. Outside, there’s a custom infinity pool with a waterfall, a hot tub, a volleyball court, a built-in barbecue area, and a fire pit.

“The original owners owned a shotcrete company and used the outbuilding as office space and lived in the main house,” says listing agent Madison Spaid, of DPR Realty. “The current owners use the outbuilding to store RVs and dirt bikes and have hosted wedding events here as well. They have really enjoyed the property.”

The current owners bought the property only two years ago for $815,000. They’re now hoping to more than double their money—if they can get close to their asking price.

The four-bedroom custom home features an industrial-chic kitchen with a soaring ceiling, distressed cabinets, and exposed ductwork. A dramatic floor-to-ceiling woodstove can be found in the living room, and the first-floor primary suite comes with a beamed ceiling and outside access. There is also a soundproof playroom for the kids.

“The home is a very industrial farmhouse style. It will take a unique buyer who loves that style,” Spaid says. “The previous owners had four or five horses, but the current owners do not. You could certainly host a rodeo with all of the space available. There is a big deck and a dance floor.”

And an entertainer’s dream house wouldn’t be complete if didn’t have a guesthouse. Overnight travelers can stay in the casita on the 3.5-acre property.

“There is a full casita being used as a pool house that has a bedroom, bathroom, and living area,” Spaid adds. The lot also features a tack room with two stalls and a corral as well as lots of garage and storage space, along with RV hookups.

Whether you have little ones or are just a big kid at heart, there are a number of fun features to explore. Including hidden rooms.

“There’s this tunnel that leads to secret rooms,” Spaid notes. “You can go up a spiral staircase to a loft, then crawl through a door, and there is this little area with a vaulted ceiling that they had as a hangout area. The big tunnel you can crawl through (from the swing room), and I have had plenty of adults go through it to check it out. You can climb a rock wall that also leads to a secret room.”

If a buyer manages to seal a deal before the upcoming holidays, they’ll be able to enjoy the home’s $15,000 in permanent holiday/security lighting.

“It’s all of the amenities that truly sell the property,” Spaid notes. As for who’s looking at this property at the far southern edge of the Phoenix metro, the agent says interest has been intense.

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