A palatial, movie-themed vacation home overlooking Reunion's Jack Nicklaus golf course sold for $1.6 million recently after just 11 days on the market.
Some designer touches include a wizard-themed kids' room with a secret door hidden in the bookshelf that leads to a karaoke studio.
"It's just the cutest house," she said. "They put a lot of care into every detail."
Iconic sci-fi characters decorate the floor-to-ceiling mural in the kids' game room. The adults have a separate game room with wet bar, pool table and balcony overlooking the pool and spa. There's also a movie room with a 100-inch projection screen with Blu-ray player, Apple TV 2, surround sound and leather stadium-style seating.
"They used it as a second home, and they rented it out when they weren't here," Stokes-Hilton said. "The whole family loved it. They really enjoyed the whole project, but they were ready to move on to something else."
Managed by Magical Vacation Homes, the seven-bedroom, 6,400-square-foot home on Muirfield Loop sleeps 21 and rents for anywhere from $800 to $1,500 per night, based on the season.
"They wanted the home to have an open feeling, so there's a large kitchen with a huge breakfast bar and lots of space to entertain," Stokes-Hilton said.
This is the couple's third investment property in Reunion. They previously owned a vacation home on Linkside Loop and a lot on Grand Traverse Parkway, which they sold in late March.
The couple are currently living in China and have homes all over the world, Stokes-Hilton said.