A Florida mansion with amenities ranging from golfing to gambling has hit the market for $5.95 million.
Located at the Reunion Resort in Kissimmee, Florida, about 27 miles southwest of Orlando, the 2016 residence is more than 11,000 square feet, according to the listing with Alice Anne Jackson of Corcoran Premier Realty. The home has a total of 11 bedroom suites—including “Jurassic Park”- and Steamboat Mickey-themed rooms.
“Located in the luxury Reunion Resort with its three championship golf courses and water park with lazy river, the property is perfect for both family and guest entertaining and/or to use as a revenue-generating investment property,” Ms. Jackson said in an email. “The theming in the ‘Jurassic’ and Steamboat Mickey bedrooms are next-level jaw dropping.”
Indeed, a full-size Jeep (which doubles as a bed) being pursued through a jungle by a Tyrannosaurus rex, plus a canopy of trees, are elements of the Jurassic room, listing photos show. The Steamboat Willie Mickey Mouse-themed room has the bow of a boat between the bunks, as well as nautical details throughout.
There’s a host of other over-the-top features in the home, including a “casino room,” complete with a bar and an array of digital slot machines, and an “arcade room,” a paradise for gamers. And that’s not counting the “multimedia extravaganza” area, which boasts an eight-player roulette wheel, slot machines and a home theater with surround sound system and seating for 12, the listing said.
The home also offers an open floor plan including a kitchen with quartz countertops, an island and a walk-in pantry, custom cabinetry, indoor and outdoor lounge areas, an elevator and a gym with a spa, sauna and steam shower.
Outside, there’s a heated pool with a wading area, fountain and spa; an outdoor kitchen and dining area and a two-sided fireplace.
Resort amenities are available through a transferable membership, and include access to golf courses designed by Arnold Palmer, Tom Watson and Jack Nicklaus and a clubhouse at The Bear’s Den, plus six restaurants. There are also 12 community swimming pools, a multimillion-dollar water park, tennis courts, pickleball and full-service salon and spa.
The home last traded in June for $3.9 million, according to property records. The listing notes the home features “new contemporary flooring, added custom cabinetry, [is] freshly painted and decorated, and adorned with new modern furniture and lighting,” although it’s not clear when those updates were completed. The seller was not available for comment.
This article first appeared on Mansion Global.