Inside the $75 Million Lake Tahoe Mega-Mansion with a Hillside Tram

One of the most expensive mansions on Lake Tahoe is worth around $75 million and it’s one of the coolest houses we’ve ever seen.

Crystal Pointe is one of Lake Tahoe’s most expensive house of all time and if you take a look of what it has to offer, you’ll know exactly why. Sitting on 5.14 Acres and containing 16,232 square feet of living space, this “Gem of Lake Tahoe” is a reminder just how rich some people are. Some people say it’s a home, but it’s more like an entire village.

The property basically contains four separate homes with a main house, guest house, beach house and caretaker house. The beach house is massive in itself and perched right on top of the water:

And to top it all off, you get one of these things, which looks to be some sort of elevator/small tram ride (because what kind of savage walks from their main house to their beach house?):

The house also has a garden area with ponds and waterfalls:

Oh, and check out this 10-person movie theatre located in the main house:

Here is everything you can get for a meager $75 million:

  • 525 Feet of Lakefront
  • 5.14 Acres – 2 Lakefront Parcels
  • 4 Buoys – Seasonal Barge
  • Utmost Privacy – Adjoining Forest Service Land
  • Private Gated Drive – Entry Pavilion
  • Main Residence with attached Guest House
  • Beach House with Terraced Beach
  • Caretaker Apartment
  • 16,232 Square Feet of Total Living Space
  • 13 Fireplaces
  • 10 Seat Theatre
  • 1,687 Bottle Wine Cellar
  • 8 Bedrooms
  • 10 Full Bathrooms
  • 2 Half Bathrooms
  • 4-Car Oversized Garage
  • 2 Funiculars
  • 2 Elevators
  • Magical Gardens
  • Ponds and Waterfalls

Hopefully one day we can all own a Lake Tahoe home like this:

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  1. The elves built these monsters to have all their bigfoot friends over and pump AIDS poop into the lake.

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