13 Houses that Give a Whole New Definition of the Word "Fun"

Celine Dion’s Waterpark 

Just when you thought you were living it up in your home with all your gaming consoles, books and other forms of entertainment, you haven’t seen anything yet.  Architects and interior designers surely have gathered minds to come up with some of the wackiest ideas put to reality, and a lot of folks are so pleased with the idea of having more than enough fun in their homes, we decided to check out what you’re missing out on.  If you get any ideas, and have the budget for it, go right ahead.  If not, feel free to get envious anytime.  We don’t mind.

Holding up to 500,000 gallons of water for her very own personal aquatic playground, this is definitely as lavish as it gets.

The Blue Flash Backyard Rollercoaster

The product of Jon Iver’s imagination, this backyard rollercoaster, dubbed “The Blue Flash” is as awesome as it gets for some homely recreation.

Penthouse Slide    

Tubular in design and costing far beyond you can imagine, this penthouse slide in New York City would certainly make high society feel like children all over again.

Alex Michaelis’ Underground Recreational Area

Alex Michaelis is an architect by profession, so it only made sense for him to imbue a sense of fun in his own home in London by adding an underground recreational area. It includes a large swimming pool, a slide right beside the stairs and a wall dedicated entirely to rock climbing.

Indoors Tree House

Located in Bainbridge Island, Washington, this tree house gives children the opportunity to experience some outdoors fun while staying inside a 6,000 square foot mansion.

Second Floor Slide    

Just when you thought stairs were somewhat tiresome to go down on, Indonesian firm Aboday Architects makes traveling down from the second floor  a whole lot more fun.