With the sweltering heat of Arizona, a backyard swimming pool is an essential when it comes to buying a home in the Grand Canyon State. And this particular backyard attached to a house on the market in Phoenix for $880,000 might be as cool as it gets.
A round of mini golf, anyone?
The three-bedroom, two-bathroom home built in 1948 has a very entertaining and tranquil backyard, complete with swimming pool and “lazy river type feature,” according to the listing on Realtor.com. And judging by the photos, it’s even cooler thanks to a small mini-golf island perched in the middle of the pool.
Of course, the 2,013-square-foot property on a quarter-acre lot includes other great features, including a “self-contained climate-controlled workshop,” two gas fireplaces, hardwood floors throughout, and even a guest house. one bedroom guests.
Golf seems to be the theme here thanks to the house’s view of the Encanto Park golf course, according to the listing.
The house managed to catch the attention of people on the Zillow Gone Wild real estate fan page, who were fascinated with the backyard.
“It’s a cool backyard…but no privacy,” one person observed.
“Nice house,” said another. “I should change the kitchen cabinets and countertops, then jump in that pool!”
“I love everything about this house except the popcorn ceiling,” one person said.
“You know, I usually come here to comment on stupid expensive homes, but this is 100% amazing,” said another regarding the majority of homes featured on Zillow Gone Wild. “No change.”
“Business ahead, party behind,” someone joked.
“If I ever win the lotto, I want to put a lazy river moat around my house with coolers that look like alligators along the way,” one person said.
“I would, but take that bridge down so we can have boat races,” someone remarked.
“We were going to put in a pool like this but remember we don’t make that much money,” one person commented. “It was a disappointment.”
“This house is screaming ‘we put all the money in this pool’.”