Founder of 24 Hour Fitness and co-owner of the Sacramento Kings Mark Mastrov, recently listed his home in Lake Tahoe for $35 million.

.Purchased in 1998, the 13-acre estate known as “The Pines” includes a full gym, batting cages, a three-hole golf course, swimming pool and boathouse with shared pier.

According to the San Francisco Business Times, the main home also includes several windows with lake views, ceilings made of Douglas fir, lakefront dining room, spa room, game room/bar, theater and office. The house also has an automated control system and touchscreens across the property. There are six bedrooms, a dormitory and five bathrooms.

The estate also comes with a 3,000 square feet guest house that has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, that was built with wood from the original house and a three bedroom two bath caretaker house near the property.

The San Francisco Business Times states:

Broker Trinkie Watson said the entire property, with three different homes and other amenities, is the selling point. The entire property is listed for $35 million with Chase International and Watson.

“And there’s room to do more,” she said. The Glenbrook property, known as “The Pines,” also has entitlements for either a tennis court or another home on one site.

While Mastrov purchased the house as a vacation home when his kids were younger, he now is selling as his kids got older and are doing more involved in activities near his main home.

Per the article, Watson said the high price tag will limit the pool of available buyers. “Our company has done the most $20 million home sales, and some were this year,” she said. “There are buyers out there.”

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Mastrov's Lake Tahoe Estate

(Source: San Francisco Business Times)

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