AN INCREDIBLE “all-inclusive” mansion has gone on sale for $7.5 million – and it comes with a huge number of amenities, including its own French bistro, theatre, wine shop, arcade, and ballroom.
The six-bedroom home, in Allentown, Pennsylvania, was built in 1997 and occupies 4.62 acres of land.
The house also boasts 22 bathrooms – which may come as a little surprise once you tour the sprawling property.
As well as having typical luxury add-ons including a home gym, sauna, and swimming pool, the 36,800sq ft interior makes full use of its size – by incorporating its own miniature shopping mall.
On the ground floor, a wall and ceiling mural recreates a sunny day in Paris – with a French bistro with both indoor and “outdoor” seating.
The makeshift restaurant has several tables for dining, and a painting on the wall looking out onto the Seine.
Next door in the faux-7th arrondissement is “La Cave de Guillaume” – the wine shop – and a small garden called “Jardin de Phyllis.”
Moving on to the recreated third arrondissement on the Rue de Corbeau is a little bar, complete with bar stools spilling out onto the “road.”
Elsewhere in the huge property, the French décor continues, but this time entertainment is on the cards.
There is a large games room, complete with a pool table, air hockey, table tennis, and foosball.
Another room of the house is an arcade, with various full-size games – including one with a motorcycle.
A stone corridor adorned with lit-up movie posters leads to the home theatre – a lavish room decorated in royal blue and cream, with a large stage at the front covered by velvet curtains.
There is even a full-size ballroom on the first floor, complete with a stage, piano, and even microphone set up for speeches.
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