Take a tour of this $25 million mansion in Indiana
Indiana, home to the Indy 500, Notre Dame and 20 percent of the nation's popcorn supply, has made another claim to fame with this fabulous 106-acre estate. Located in Carmel, the seven-bedroom mansion was last owned by the Indiana Pacers' co-owner Mel Simon, and it can now be yours for a whopping $25 million.
Looking more like a resort than a home, this 51,267-square-foot mansion not only has seven bedrooms and plenty of bathrooms (24 to be exact) for the entire town, and it also sits on a golf course.
That's right, while enjoying the many amenities located in the mansion, the future owner of this estate also gets to walk on over to his or her very own private 18-hole golf course, equipped with a 7,000-square-foot clubhouse, 8,000-square-foot golf maintenance building, two additional maintenance buildings and a 940-square-foot greenhouse.
If the private golf course hasn't sold you on this Midwestern piece of perfection, then perhaps the many amenities inside of the mansion will. Here are some of our favorite features.
Indoor and outdoor pools
A private screening room
The grandest entry in the world
A master suite that is fit for royalty
This formal dining room
Guest bedrooms made for dreaming
A private gym that looks bigger than my public gym
A driveway straight from a fairy tale
And every food-lover's dream — a chef's kitchen
The property is located 30 minutes from Indianapolis, which means the future owner of this Carmel estate will be able to enjoy the sanctuary of their own private slice of real estate while having full access to the 12th largest city in the United States.
Congrats in advance to the very lucky person who gets to call this mansion home. We're only a little bit jealous.