As Seen in WSJ: This Kansas Megamansion Has a Network of Underground Scuba Tunnels
The custom estate is the highest-priced and most unique home in the Kansas City Metro Area.
As seen in The Wall Street Journal, this 18-acre property in Lake Quivira, KS hits the market at $11.8 million. Custom designed by an avid scuba enthusiast, the home features a network of underground, water-filled tunnels and 30-foot-deep pond designed for scuba diving with “hidden treasures,” including statues, faux fossils, and exotic fish. A series of grottoes and pop-up holes can be found throughout the home, leading to the main outdoor pond, which is home to a 30-foot waterfall.
The home is listed by Gary Hosack and Katie Casey of Crown Realty. Priced just under $12 million, this custom residence is the most expensive home available to purchase in Kansas.
Beyond the scuba features, the home was inspired by the spirit of Avalon and is a cross between a European-style turreted chateau and a prairie lodge. The custom abode boasts handcrafted detail and top-notch amenities throughout.
Placement secured by the Leverage PR Team. Click here to view the full article in The Wall Street Journal.
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