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Posted: Thursday, April 9, 2015 11:45 am | Updated: 12:34 pm, Fri Apr 10, 2015.

  Redlands Hideaway Estate; the name says it all.

  This sprawling estate in the Redlands is being auctioned off, along with an assortment of paintings and artwork.  All expected to fetch prices in the millions.  This one of kind estate takes luxury and safety to entirely new levels.

 It has seven hidden rooms that include secret-agent-style security only found in movies. One only needs to know what book to grab on the shelf  in order to reveal a completely hidden room.  Or simply pull a secret latch on a mirror to open a secret passage to a stairway leading to the widow's peak.

 If hidden rooms and passageways are not enough for you, this vast hideaway has all the amenities you would expect with a luxury estate: two stunning pools, an vast assortment of over 12 beautifully designed water fountains, lush landscaping, a tennis court with a private garden and ponds with exotic fish swimming.

 Plus there is a full size replica of the Washington monument in the back yard. If you would like to have a peak, or bid on any of this, the 8165sf mansion will be open to the public April 10-11-12 at noon. 27550 SW 222 Ave. Homestead, Fl 33031. 

Just the right book.
Just the right book opens a secret passage Cole Peacock
Behind the books
Cole Peacock

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1 comment:

  • kritter posted at 12:32 am on Mon, Apr 13, 2015.

    kritter Posts: 20

    I lived in the Redlands for eons. I never knew this place existed. Guess because it's hidden. Who built it? I love the secret room aspect. I have dreams that my old house had secret rooms. It's exhilarating.