August 17, 2022

Talk about bringing the party to your house! 

An 11,000-square-foot California mansion that’s on the market for nearly $7 million comes with an epic backyard packed with its very own water park.

Located in Granite Bay, on the outskirts of Sacramento, the seven-bedroom, nine-bathroom abode features a swim-up bar grotto, 15-plus waterfalls, a cascading infinity pool with a slide, a lazy river and a sunken fire pit.

The colossal 100-foot waterslide leads from the patio straight into the pool.

Situated on 7 acres of land, the listing says that this “resort-like” estate has what is “believed to be California’s largest pool.”

The abode begins with a vineyard-lined driveway with sweeping views of treetops. Enter through a 12-foot-high door. There is an elevator that can then take you down to the game room, which also has wet bar.

The 100-foot-long waterslide starts from the patio all the way down to the pool.
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The movie theatre.
The movie theater.
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A living room situated next to a wine wall.
A living room situated next to a wine wall.
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The wet bar.
The wet bar.
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The catering kitchen.
The catering kitchen.
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A view of the open floor plan.
A view of the open floor plan.
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The second floor expansive terrace.
The second-floor terrace with a fire pit.
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Other features of the home include an open-concept kitchen, a breakfast nook and a family room complete with double islands. There is also a second hidden kitchen, a coffee bar and a formal dining room with a wine wall, according to the listing.

Outdoor features include disappearing doors that lead to the lanai with a grill.

There is also a private guest cottage that comes with a kitchenette and laundry room.

What’s more, there’s even a home theater and a six-car garage.

Parmis Pourarian with Guide Real Estate holds the listing.

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