This $15 million Ohio estate features a basketball court and nightclub

This newly listed Ohio estate is proof that sometimes bigger truly is better.

Located in suburban Cleveland, Ravencrest spans 32,000 square feet and is packed with plush amenities. Built by late real estate developer Scott Wolstein, the $15 million megamansion features six bedrooms, a nightclub, basketball court, indoor pool and even a room designed just for dog fun. The latter is where Wolstein’s bulldog, Bubba, used to hang out, as reported by the the wall street journal.

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“My dad was a larger-than-life guy,” Harrison Wolstein, Scott’s son, told the WSJ. “And he got to a point where he kind of wanted to build a larger-than-life house. Everything you could think of, he put in this house.


A custom-built estate in Ohio built for late real estate developer Scott Wolstein has just been put up for sale for $15 million

Indeed, the construction of the massive mansion took place over five years and totaled approximately $30 million. Nestled in 150 acres of ancient woodland, Ravencrest feels like it belongs in the English countryside. The majestic exterior is made of limestone, brick, stucco and old barn stones. Inside, meanwhile, the European mansion vibe continues with vaulted ceilings, walnut trusses, dark wood, elaborate trim, and copper accents. It all sounds very extravagant, but Wolstein didn’t stop there.

The “dog room” is equipped with washing facilities, a sofa and even a television which happens to be at canine eye level. Elsewhere, a flashy music room pairs polished tile floors and white wood paneling with a grand piano and matching black chandelier. On the lower level, the spa includes a steam room, sauna, massage room, and lockers.

The interior is packed with amenities ranging from a music room (above) to a basketball court, home theater and nightclub

Other highlights include a movie theater, wine cellar, tanning room, gift wrapping room, and a rock climbing wall leading to a veranda. The grounds are equally awe-inspiring, with not one but two pools, a hot tub designed to look like a grotto, and a large tennis court. “This house could go with any house anywhere,” adds Harrison.

Our money is on Ravencrest.

Adam Kaufman of Howard Hanna/Luxury Portfolio holds the listing.

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