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Home of the Week: Inside a $23.5 Million Mansion That Brings Sin City to the Sunshine State

For all you high rollers out there.

Delray Beach, Florida Florida, Delray Beach

What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, or so the adage goes.

The developer of this Delray Beach mansion would disagree. The idea was to bring a piece of Sin City back to the Sunshine State, incorporating elements like a 250,000-gallon saltwater pool inspired by those at the Wynn Las Vegas. The result is a $23.5 million mansion that, design-wise, is quintessential South Florida: a white stone façade, a bright living room with soaring 32-foot ceilings, marble flooring and mother-of-pearl ceiling treatments. It’s the amenities that add a splash of Vegas glam to the place, making it a truly unique offering.

The 31,000-square-foot mansion is part of the exclusive Stone Creek Ranch community—one of only 37 estates there. Designed by Brenner Architecture, a firm with a handful of other glossy Florida projects to its credit, the property, dubbed Rockybrook Way for the road on which it’s built, lays claim to 2.5 acres of land.

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The jaw-dropping grand foyer.  Douglas Elliman

It’s a residence that makes one hell of a first impression. Upon crossing the threshold, visitors are greeted by an eye-popping imperial staircase. It’s stately and evokes old Hollywood, but there are plenty of irreverent touches that give Rockybrook Way a Vegas attitude. Most noteworthy is the club room, which has its own bar, card table and billiards table, plus a separate cigar alcove.

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The club room.  Douglas Elliman

And just as nearly every Vegas hotel has a spa these days, this home has wellness perks too, including a hair salon, a gym and sauna, and a spa. Outside, there’s even a Zen-like garden with a waterfall and koi pond.

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The living room, which features soaring, 32-foot ceilings.  Douglas Elliman

That being said, there’s plenty to do within the seven-bed, eleven-bath’s four walls. There’s a children’s lounge with a bowling alley, a temperature-controlled wine cellar and a movie theater. Plus, there are two kitchens: one off the foyer for day-to-day cooking and a larger, commercial one for big events.

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The master bedroom.  Douglas Elliman

Upstairs, the master bedroom has its own separate wing. It feels like a world of its own, complete with a kitchenette, study lounge, his-and-hers baths and a private balcony.

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One of the two kitchens.  Douglas Elliman

The real showstopper, though, is the pool. The surrounding area is landscaped to look like a tropical escape, with a waterfall and a grotto. A covered pavilion and dining area means there’s plenty of lounging space. (There’s even a separate tennis court for those who’d rather compete in a match then swim a few laps.) Colorful lights adorn the waterfall and pool, giving it a that bright-lights Vegas vibe.

Want a closer look at this standout property? Check out more photos, of the listing, which is held by Senada Adzem of Douglas Elliman, below:

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The dining room.  Douglas Elliman

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The bowling alley.  Douglas Elliman

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The bar area.  Douglas Elliman

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The wine cellar.  Douglas Elliman

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The outdoor pavilion.  Douglas Elliman

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The tennis court.  Douglas Elliman

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