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One of Nebraska's Priciest Contains Most of the State's Wood

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In a state with very few multimillion-dollar homes, this listing surely stands out, not only for its price tag ($1.875M) but also for its size (6,600 square feet) and list of extravagances (including a theater, game room, sports bar, chef's kitchen, and gym). The five-bathroom home, located in the misleadingly named Grand Island, Neb.—not actually an island at all, of course, but a city some 90 miles due west of Lincoln—was built in 1998 and was put up for sale for the first time two months ago. Whoever he or she is, the next owner will have to be willing to be the richest person around—this place is far more expensive any other property on the market in town. Said individual will also need to possess strong, guiding affinity for dark wood in every possible form, from ceiling beams and wall paneling to kitchen cabinetry and floors. After all, according to the brokerbabble, "Nearly all furniture, household items, kitchen ware, bar ware, decorative items, game machines, pool table, theatre room seating & components, televisions, outdoor furniture, pontoon boat & so much more stays with the home."

· 3823 S. US Highway #34, Grand Island, Neb. [Zillow]