Just 10 minutes from downtown Dallas lies 10711 Strait Lane, a grand 37,000 square feet estate with 10 bedrooms and 11 baths. This property actually consists of two mansion, one for living and other for sports and entertainment.
The main house includes ornate features like a giant pink and white glass chandelier and marble columns throughout. There are also some features you’re not meant to see, like a secret stairway hidden behind a bookcase that leads to the bedrooms on the mega-home’s upper level.
The fun house, on the other hand, has a bowling alley, a gaming room and an indoor-basketball court. which does double-duty as a nightclub with programmable party-lights overhead and a professional DJ booth.
The most jaw-dropping feature of all is the giant water park hidden out back… which is haunted. This colossal private water park delivers three giant water slides that spill into a 750,000-gallon pool. There’s even a zip line overhead.
There’s also a winding lazy river that flows into a massive water-filled grotto — where things get creepy. The water cave is overflowing with skeletons, mummies, bats and other creatures of the night! All of them come to life thanks to a high tech animatronic system and recordings of haunting screams that echo off rock walls.
Currently on the market for just under $28 million, the exquisite estate was designed by Robbie Fusch back in 2003 to look just like a grand European mansion, and it sits on 4.4 secluded acres of land.