This foreclosure is located at 106 Stone Canyon Road in Boulder City, NV and is situated on 1.59 landscaped acres. It was built in 2004 and features 9,245 square feet of living space with 6 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, large entertaining rooms and a large 8-car detached garage. The best part of this estate is the impressive backyard oasis. Features include a 20 foot diving pool with rock waterfall and grotto, numerous spas, replica of an old town shop, lazy river, tennis court and 2 putting greens. This is the perfect summer hangout for your friends and family!! It is listed at $3,000,000.

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  • mak

    This could be fun, but the pool upkeep bill would be ginormous.




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  • Doug

    The fun inner child of me would absolutely love this house, if only because of the lazy river. It’d be pretty awesome to have one at your own house. But that said no matter how much money I had I would not build a lazy river at my home. It’d just be too useless and pretentious. Also I agree with mak as per pool bills. I have a pretty normal sized pool with heater and stuff, and for just an average pool the bills are enormous, so these bills would just be incomprehensible, and impossible to justify.




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  • tony

    I’m surprised the guy who had a lazy river built around his backyard wasn’t able to keep up the payments. Cool home though.




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    • lambskin

      Crack me up!




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  • Daniel

    Probably in foreclosure trying to keep up the damn place. For the price, it ain’t half bad. A good home for a newly rich family. I’d be scared to work in that kitchen though…looks like a giant spider on the ceiling.




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  • Dan

    Does anyone know if this is the same house that was on the HGTV show Million Dollar Rooms? I remember watching an episode with a house that had a lazy river.




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    • Beth

      I live in Boulder City, NV where this home is located. I don’t believe this house was featured on the HGTV show you mentioned. There was another Boulder City house on the show. Here in town, it is affectionately referred to as “The Pirate House.” Not the house in this listing, but the other one that was on HGTV. My husband participated in part in the landscape maintenance when it was first built. They had constant problems with the proper care of the lazy river.




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    • Eric

      I thought the HGTV one was in Texas? But this one does look familiar, it could be…




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  • Grrrowler

    The theme park back yard is cool in its own way, but I’m thinking it would get old pretty quickly. After the novelty wore off, I’m guessing it would sit empty a lot of the time. The house itself is OK considering the price, but it’s nothing special.




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  • Hunter

    Love the backyard pool area, and sorry but I wouldn’t get tired of it quickly. Not sure how you can. I have plenty of friends who would love to come hang at the pool area on a regular basis. And if you can throw down $3,000,000 for the house, then you can afford the upkeep. It would be possible to justify the pool bills, cause guess what, your a millionaire and can afford it. Seriously what good is it having millions of dollars if you aren’t going to enjoy yourself!!




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  • julia

    Amazing yard if you were a kid. If you have a large family, then this house’s pool would hopefully keep the kids away from the TV. I like how every inch of the acre and a half is used up in some way or another. At resorts, these lazy rivers are a nightmare being always filled with screaming kids and out of shape parents, having one of your own seems like a nice idea. 3 million seems a little high to me, but I’m probably short-changing the house because it’s in NV. Tennis courts run around 40-60k I believe. I built a simple rectangular 70 foot long pool for a little over 40, but I bet this pool cost the owner around 175,000k to build? Any guesses on how much the pool builder charged?




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    • NOVA Ben

      I’m sure it was at least $175,000, probably a lot more, but you have to remember that you never get anywhere near your money back on amenities like this when it comes time to sell.




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  • NOVA Ben

    The interior isn’t nearly as bad as I was cringingly expecting. Lazy river/waterpark is a gimmick-and-a-half and after it gets old, it’ll seem like a bad idea.




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  • rob

    Probably fun for about 2 weeks and then you would probably never really use it again.




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  • Chris

    I would never use that pool/lazy river. Someone (the builder) let their ego get the best of them it seems.




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  • dani

    it’s not the same house that was on HGTV. the one you’re thinking of is the pirate house. that house is owned by the man who invented nuskin and is a vacation/party rental when he’s not there himself. that house is also on the opposite side of the highway. i live in boulder city, and there are a large number of homes that are just astronomical in price and ammenities like this. while this is one of the more insane and well known, we have many homes that are out-there.




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  • Mihosh

    wow -Grew up in Boulder City – graduated high school in 1955. I don’t think the total of BC was worth what this house is being foreclosed for!! LOL




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  • Sue

    Just an interesting note, this is the FRONT yard of this property, not the back.




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