This Florida house comes with a massive aquarium big enough for snorkeling

A house with a colossal aquarium once featured on National Geographic is now on the market.

Located at 29550 W Cahill Ct., in Big Pine Key, the 6,134-square-foot oceanfront home was built in 1996, and comes with 4 bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms, a rooftop deck, a four-car garage, an elevator, a pool, a tiki bar, it's own beach and 260-feet of canal frontage dockage with two boat lifts.

But, arguably the best feature of this house is the gigantic "snorkel aquarium." The 25,000 gallon tank was actually featured on National Geographic's "Fish Tank Kings," where the show helped the previous owner repair and restore the whole thing.

Currently, the home is currently asking $5,490,000, and the listing agent is Ally Kelley of Ocean Sotheby's International Realty.

Photos via Realtor

Photos by Andre Van Rensburg/Ocean Sotheby's https://andrephoto.net/

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This Florida house comes with a massive aquarium big enough for snorkeling
This Florida house comes with a massive aquarium big enough for snorkeling
This Florida house comes with a massive aquarium big enough for snorkeling
This Florida house comes with a massive aquarium big enough for snorkeling
This Florida house comes with a massive aquarium big enough for snorkeling

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