Just in time for the holidays, we’re taking you inside five of the most extravagant entertaining spaces in Vegas properties that are currently on the market.
Nicknamed the J2 Residence for its original owners, Jon Sparer and John Klai, this magnificent Summerlin property from residential architect Erin Strain features an underground entertainment area with a two-lane Brunswick bowling alley. The space also includes a pool table, old-school pinball machine, and lounging area complete with multiple leather sectionals. Guy Abernathey, Corcoran, 212-941-2528
As if the 10-car garage, hotel-style elevator, and home theater weren’t enough to pique your interest, this Southern Highlands property offers an expansive living area whose backyard-facing wall opens onto a lagoon-style pool. Neoclassical columns, desert landscaping, and gorgeous 180-degree views contribute to the spectacular setup. Bob and Jill Barnhart, Luxurious Real Estate, 702-804-7100
Ample indoor and outdoor entertainment areas enhance the appeal of this dramatic house in Summerlin. The focal point of the home’s sunken living room (besides the oversize fireplace and removable wall, anyway) is its massive projection screen. Gene Northup, Synergy Sotheby’s International Realty, 702-497-0300
This detail-heavy property at the base of the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area is full of opulent materials like dark woods and stacked stone. An elegant dining area with slate floors and full-length windows embraces the beauty of the natural environment. Florence Shapiro, Shapiro & Sher Group/Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, 702-900-0726
Designed by architect F.H. Laudenfrost and outfitted by interior designer Hank Morgan, Primm Ranch is one of Vegas’ most legendary properties. The Mediterranean-style main house features a wine cellar and tasting room, as well as this retro casino room with a full-scale bar and pool table. Kristin Routh Silberman, Synergy Sotheby’s International Realty, 702-467-7100