The valley’s priciest homes: A few million dollars buys stable, elevators, water slides

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House at 18 Olympia Hills Circle.

Most Las Vegans look for a garage, good closet space and maybe a pool when they buy a house.

A few have a taste for far more extravagant amenities.

The valley’s priciest homes typically span at least 6,000 square feet and include wine cellars, movie theaters, outdoor kitchens, indoor pools and elevators.

What can you get for a few million dollars these days?

Here's a look at 10 of the most expensive homes sold so far this year, according to the Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors and Clark County property records.

    • 1 Hughes Center Drive, #1904

      Price: $8 million

      Price per square foot: $769

      Sale recorded: July 10

      This two-story, 10,398-square-foot, 19th-floor penthouse condominium in Park Towers has a game room, an art gallery and access to a personal elevator.

      Communal amenities include concierge service, uniformed valets, a movie theater, a wine cellar, a tennis court, a spa and a fitness center.

    • Home at 28 Painted Feather Way.

      28 Painted Feather Way

      Price: $6.5 million

      Price per square foot: $658

      Sale recorded: July 18

      Located in the exclusive Ridges area of Summerlin, this two-story, 9,873-square-foot house features custom-made furniture, a movie theater, a game room, a fitness center, and a large office with a fireplace and a meeting area.

    • House at 18 Olympia Hills Circle.

      18 Olympia Hills Circle

      Price: $6.5 million

      Price per square foot: $454

      Sale recorded: Oct. 8

      This 14,315-square-foot mansion is two stories with a basement. It includes a spa, an exercise room, a racquetball court, an elevator, a movie theater, a beauty parlor, a 1,500-bottle wine room, and a casita with a rooftop terrace.

    • 9940 Orient Express Court

      Price: $6.3 million

      Price per square foot: $677

      Sale recorded: March 11

      This two-story, 9,303-square-foot Tuscan-style mansion has six bedrooms, nine bathrooms, an 18-seat movie theater, a courtyard and 200-year-old entry gates.

    • 27 Skybird Court, Las Vegas

      27 Skybird Court

      Price: $6 million

      Price per square foot: $771

      Sale recorded: June 3

      Guitarist Carlos Santana bought this two-story, 7,785-square-foot Summerlin mansion.

      It has five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, more than $2 million worth of electronics, a game room with a billiards table and pinball machines, a fitness center and an outdoor putting green.

    • Turnberry Place condominiums on June 23, 2006.

      2877 Paradise Road, No. 3702

      Price: $4.5 million

      Price per square foot: $701

      Sale recorded: Oct. 28

      This two-story, 6,421-square-foot, 37th-floor penthouse condo at Turnberry Place has a pool, spa, game room, living room with onyx wet bars, media room and rooftop terrace.

    • 9103 Alta Drive, No. 1604

      Price: $4.5 million

      Price per square foot: $703

      Sale recorded: Sept. 5

      This 6,404-square-foot, 16th-floor condo is in One Queensridge Place, a luxury high-rise development near Summerlin. Communal amenities include valet parking, indoor and outdoor pools, wine lockers in a climate-controlled cellar and a 23-seat movie theater.

    • 3910 E. Russell Road

      Price: $4.5 million

      Price per square foot: $217

      Sale recorded: Feb. 28

      This 11-acre equestrian ranch has a 12,147-square-foot main residence, as well as separate houses for guests, trainers and staffers.

      The main home includes four bedrooms, five bathrooms, five gas fireplaces and a four-car garage. The compound also features three barns, a horse-breeding facility, a riding arena, water wells and a gazebo.

    • Randy Goldberg works out inside the exercise room of The Stirling Club at Turnberry Place on Monday, May 17, 2004. The exercise room is one of several amenities offered at the high-rise condominium.

      2877 Paradise Road, No. 3701

      Price: $4.2 million

      Price per square foot: $706

      Sale recorded: Oct. 21

      Located in Turnberry Place, this 5,951-square-foot, 37th-floor condo has at least four bedrooms and several balconies.

    • 600 Queensridge Court

      Price: $4 million

      Price per square foot: $421

      Sale recorded: July 10

      This two-story, 9,509-square-foot mansion has three laundry rooms, a fire pit, a basketball court, a gazebo, an outdoor kitchen, an indoor pool and an outdoor pool with slides. It also includes a panic room, where residents can hide in case of an emergency.

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