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This $75 million lakefront mansion is the most expensive in Tahoe—take a look inside

The most expensive home ever to hit the market on Lake Tahoe is on sale for $75 million.

The 16,000-square-foot lakeside estate, called Crystal Pointe, sits in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains in Nevada.

You can get a full tour of this waterside wonderland on an upcoming CNBC's "Secret Lives of the Super Rich."

Crystal Pointe was designed to integrate seamlessly into the landscape.
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Crystal Pointe was designed to integrate seamlessly into the landscape.

Take a look inside:

An enormous quartz crystal and floor-to-ceiling windows welcome you to the estate.
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An enormous quartz crystal and floor-to-ceiling windows welcome you to the estate.

Open the front door to the main house and behold a colossal piece of quartz — it puts the "crystal" in Crystal Pointe serves as a centerpiece for the grand entryway.

"It provides a great introduction and energy to the property," says Mike Dunn, vice president of business development for Chase International, which currently lists the property.

If that's not enough eye-candy for you, there's the picturesque view of Lake Tahoe from the great room's floor-to-ceiling windows.

The billiard room is like a cozy English tavern.
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The billiard room is like a cozy English tavern.

Another highlight is the English pub-inspired billiard room, which showcases a century-old pool table and an antique cue rack dating back to the 1700s. It also boasts one of the home's 13 fireplaces.

Each bottle bares the Crystal Pointe insignia.
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Each bottle bares the Crystal Pointe insignia.

The mansion's wine cellar is stocked with nearly 1,700 bottles, each one sporting the Crystal Pointe cellar's custom label.

The funiculars take residents to and from the beach house.
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The funiculars take residents to and from the beach house.

And if your feet get tired exploring the more than 5-acre property (which has its own private waterfalls), you can always float up or down the mountainside in one of two funiculars built right into the landscape.

The terrace is the perfect spot for a lakeside bon fire.
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The terrace is the perfect spot for a lakeside bon fire.

One glass elevator whisks you down to the estate's three-story beach house, where you can get up close and personal with the lake and bask in astounding views from the enormous terrace.

A family of cougars greets you as you approach the beach house.
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A family of cougars greets you as you approach the beach house.

The other traverses past elaborate wildlife sculptures the owners had an artist carve right into the natural scenery.

Watch an all new episode of "Secret Lives of the Super Rich" Thursday at 10pm ET/PT on CNBC.

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