Swim City! Party underwater in this $50M California mansion

More On:

luxury real estate

Win a 50 million-year-old fossil for touring $2M Massachusetts mansion

Meghan Markle unveils chic home office in new video

Calvin Klein scores $85M for East Hampton mansion bought for $3.6M

Nearly half of luxury units empty in seven Billionaires’ Row buildings

Your real estate portfolio is about to make waves.

This $50 million mansion features an infinity pool with built-in air hoses that allow swimmers to breathe 10 feet underwater. The seller’s family used the splashy luxury to give their game nights a twist and play chess beneath the surface.

“You can literally go underwater for hours,” listing broker Tim Smith of The Smith Group told The Post.

Subaquatic speakers let swimmers vibe at the bottom of the one-of-a-kind pool, which is tiled with a blue floral mural.

“The underwater speakers have unbelievable sound,” said Smith, who suggested the in-ground could be used for photo shoots, TikTok videos, social media posts and even underwater meditation, said the broker.

The pool also has a diving board and a hot tub. A few yards away is a freezing plunge pool, designed to shock dippers with cold water.

“It’s an unbelievable view,” Smith told The Post of the infinity pool’s waterfall and the vista of mountains, hills, city lights and, on a clear day, the Hollywood sign.

The rest of the 0.87-acre lot in Irvine, California, is also decked out with amenities, including an auto-tee driving range, a cabana bar, an oversized firepit, a barbecue area and a poolside pizza, according to the listing.

You can breathe underwater in this $50 million California mansionYou can breathe underwater in this $50 million California mansionYou can breathe underwater in this $50 million California mansion

View Slideshow

Source: Read Full Article