A two-story home in Reunion Resort, a resort and golf community in Florida, is for sale for $5.598 million.
Behind its plain facade are themed bedrooms inspired by "Jurassic Park" and "Steamboat Willie."
In the meantime, it costs $1,495 per night to rent the 11-bedroom mansion for a short-term stay.
Ever wondered what it'd be like to own a home that has its own casino, arcade, and themed bedrooms? A Florida mansion with all of that is on the market for $5.598 million.
The 11-bedroom property sits on a 0.27-acre lot in the Reunion Resort, a resort and golf community in Osceola County, per the listing.
The 2,300-acre luxury community comes with amenities such as three golf courses designed by former golf champions and a five-acre waterpark with a lazy river, per its website.
Homeowners in the community range from investors to vacation home owners to full-time residents, Alice Anne Jackson, the listing agent from Corcoran Premier Realty, told Insider via email.
The mansion was originally constructed in 2016 but was completely remodeled in 2022.
The current owners, who declined to be interviewed, bought the house in June for $3.9 million, per listing history. In December, just six months later, they put the property back on the market for $5.95 million. Since January, the house has been listed at $5.598 million.
Houses in the same neighborhood of Reunion West Village have a median listing home price of $1.3 million, per data from real-estate platform Realtor.com.
There are currently 13 single-family homes for sale in the area, with prices ranging from $849,900 to $9.99 million. The $5.598 million home is the second most expensive listing in the neighborhood.
Despite being on the market, the house is also available for rent, Jackson said. A one-night stay costs $1,495, and a minimum stay of three nights is required, per the property's rental website.
While the shared living areas feature contemporary decor in shades of grey, white, and blue, the themed bedrooms are where the fun is at.
The "Jurassic Park" room features a full-sized Jeep vehicle bed with a T-Rex hot on its heels. The walls are painted to resemble a jungle, with dense foliage and blue skies.
Additional beds have been set up to look like dinosaur crates on the side. There is enough space to sleep up to five people in the room, per the listing.
"The themed rooms are custom and specifically commissioned for the home," Jackson said.
A bedroom inspired by the Disney animated film "Steamboat Willie" features Mickey Mouse and nautical motifs.
Double bunk beds placed side-by-side are connected by a model of a ship's hull, while models of a small steering wheel and an anchor are used to decorate the walls.
The mansion also comes with a casino that includes an eight-player roulette wheel and various slot machines.
The homeowner is a huge fan of Las Vegas, which is why there's a casino in the house, Jackson said.
For the younger ones, there's a galactic-themed arcade complete with a neon carpet and an alien mural.
Apart from the traditional arcade machine games, there are also multiple racing simulators and gun simulator games in the room, listing photos show.
One of the highlights of the home is also its proximity to Disney World.
The Reunion Resort community even provides free shuttle transport to Disney World.
An ideal buyer would be somebody who uses this house as a second home or vacation property and offsets the costs of maintaining the place by renting it out for the rest of the year, Jackson said.
"The property is perfect for both family and entertaining guests, or to use as a revenue-generating investment property," she added.
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