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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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: