We have ourselves a $30 million house for sale in Las Vegas
His namesake golf course community — which lenders took control of during the recession — greets drivers with a big, Hollywood-like “Rhodes Ranch” sign out front, and his plan to build thousands of homes atop Blue Diamond Hill has faced opposition for years.
Now he’s trying to sell his suburban megamansion — and, his broker said, it’s the most expensive home on the market.
Rhodes, founder of Harmony Homes, recently listed his 2-acre Las Vegas spread for almost $30 million ($29.995 million to be exact). At that price, according to the listing on Zillow, the estimated mortgage payment is $116,995 per month.
At that price you get 8 bedrooms and 10 bathrooms. At that price you also don’t get a nice piece of land. There’s an office building complex across the street and neighbors are right on top of you. It also appears the highway isn’t too far away from the front yard. I’m sorry, but at $30 million I’m going to need some peace and quiet and the ability to play some outdoor tunes on weekends without neighbors calling the police. I took the photo tour and it seems like your normal 4.5 star Vegas resort.
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