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  • Rico Arico

    Luxury home builders go underground to adapt to development restrictions. Photo: Noah Webb Wealthy home builders around the globe are digging deep. In Los Angeles, builder Mauricio Oberfeld has buried about a third of his home underground: He built a contemporary 9,000-square-foot house for his family with a 3,000-square-foot basement. Glass stairwells lead to a lower level with an ornately tiled spa, large office, wine room and movie theater.

  • Teresa Lake

    basement pool --- oh ya

  • Mary Frances Rogers

    Indoor swimming pool

  • Heather Parkinson

    My dream basement!

  • Patricia Oertle

    Trophy Basements. In my next house I am putting this.

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To jump in the pool like this outside my bedroom door would be ideal.... One can dream ha

I want a Basement bar so bad in my future home. Its such a good social place and I really like mixing drinks and entertaining! This is really great looking - love to have something like this!

Love the stairs. Thinking of removing our carpet for this one:))

I really like this built in shelf idea for the living room down stairs. I might have to buy me a new miter saw for my birthday and get this done!!

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basement bar. perfect. I would put in a bigger TV and it could be like sitting at a sports bar to watch the game, but much cheaper drinks :)

This home in Orange County, Calif., built by Dugally Oberfeld, has a 5,000-square-foot basement with an elaborate golf-simulation center and bar modeled after the Tap Room bar at Pebble Beach.

hanging pendant lights in the basement

basement "water lounge". oh. my. God. want. (or even outside, I just want it)

Open basement. What an amazing idea -- instead of hiding your basement make it a reverse foyer. Stunning.

Love these colorful stairs- what a fun way to add lots of color to a space!