I read the Wall Street Journal daily to find out information for work. Inevitably, there is always some sort of article on its website each day about some sort of mansion that's for sale. I always check them out to see if they contain pinball or arcade machines. They usually don't, but today they did! The WSJ published a new video about three "Kid-Friendly Homes" that are currently for sale. Calling these homes is a tad of an understatement. I'd more call them huge-ass mansions. They certainly are interesting to look at. If you have a few tens of millions of dollars sitting around one of these places could be yours.
In Sarasota, Florida, a 15,000-square-foot home offers a swimming pool, a private tennis court and a go-kart track for outdoor activities. When it’s time to go inside, there’s a two-lane bowling alley and an arcade.
Outside of San Antonio in Boerne, Texas, a 53-acre estate is equipped with its own private water park, fully outfitted with slides, a lazy river, grottos and a diving platform.
At a Greater St. Louis property, a Ferris wheel, a pool with waterslides and horse stables, among other amenities, are spread across its 20 acres.