Doubt the perfect home exists? Get ready to be proven wrong. Get ready to step into the realm of pure luxury where every corner of this Rochester multi-million-dollar home feels like a dream escape to a 5-star resort.

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Sure, this mansion is stunning on the outside, but it's what lies behind those doors that make it a real show-stopper. Currently offered for $4,795,000, the home is what dreams are made of. Situated on 2 acres of prime property, the 10,000-square-foot masterpiece has 4 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms paired with amenities that complete any bucket list.

As you venture indoors, prepare to be captivated by the pièce de résistance – a one-of-a-kind multi-level wine tower that stands as a testament to sophistication and refinement. You'll also find an elevator, a media room with a theater projector, two library/studies, and a music room.  One of the two laundry rooms even features a dog wash station for your furry family members.

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The lower-level walkout features a fabulous bar area, a second workout room ( the first is located in the master suite), an indoor basketball court, a game area, a hidden poker room, and a walk-in safe. If the inside doesn't wow you enough, the outside is sure to send you over the edge.\

Walk through the 12ft sliding glass door wall that will lead you to a one-of-a-kind 4-season loggia. Gaze upon the grounds which include a mesmerizing infinity edge pool, sports court, gazebo with TV & outdoor fireplace, garden oasis sound system, and multiple seating & lounge areas making it the perfect place to entertain.

So, if you're ready to experience the pinnacle of luxury living in Rochester, prepare to be enchanted by this multi-million-dollar sanctuary that feels like a 5-star resort. Take a look inside, and if you're ready to make an offer, contact the listing agent, Kyle T Matta, of  Christie's Int'l R E Rochester, at 248-505-2716 or 248-218-0234.

See Lavish Luxury! $4.8M Estate Has Unique Glass Wine Tower & Resort Style Pool

 Currently offered for $4,795,000, the home is what dreams are made of. Situated on 2 acres of prime property, the 10,000-square-foot masterpiece has 4 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms paired with amenities that complete any bucket list.
As you venture indoors, prepare to be captivated by the pièce de résistance – a one-of-a-kind multi-level wine tower that stands as a testament to sophistication and refinement. You'll also find an elevator, a media room with a theater projector, two library/studies, and a music room. Walk through the 12ft sliding glass door wall that will lead you to a one-of-a-kind 4-season loggia. Gaze upon the grounds which include a mesmerizing infinity edge pool, sports court, gazebo with TV & outdoor fireplace, garden oasis sound system, and multiple seating & lounge areas making it the perfect place to entertain.

Gallery Credit: Zillow: Kyle Matta @properties Christie's Int'l R E Rochester 248-218-0234

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A Nostalgic Look Back Inside the Infamous Auker Mansion of Grand Blanc

The big house with the large gates on Belsay Road in Grand Blanc, Michigan has been as mysterious as the man who built the massive 14,000+ square foot home that resembled more of a palace than a Midwest home. The late builder Eldon Auker was known for his creativity and flamboyance on some levels, his mansion reflected every bit of that. With its 20 foot ceilings, majestic staircase, and a 3000 square foot bedroom, the home was a showplace. Sold in 2020, it's hard to know if changes were made to the once amazing estate, but it's exciting to be able to take a little look back in time to what once was.

Gallery Credit: Zillow