If you've been putting off playing the lottery-maybe this will give you reason to stop and buy that tickets this afternoon. We showed you the most expensive home in Midland, now lets' travel to Odessa and see what there is to see there.....

The most expensive home in Odessa is at 16 La Paz Circle--and it's ringing the cash register at $3,990,000.00. Beautiful and elegant all the way thru (check out the photos of this beauty below)--this home boasts SIX bedrooms, SIX full bathrooms, and SIX half-bathrooms with 17,535 square feet of living space! See the amazing marble floors and cathedral ceilings, more than one kitchen, built-in dens off bedrooms, a wine cellar--and of course your own pool and full-size tennis court!

Here, as promised, are the pictures courtesy of Ziglar Realty:

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 The beautiful entryway featuring lantern-style porch lamps on both sides of the double doors.

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 This home has its own tennis court! So when we get a break from those 100-degree days you can hit the court for a little cardio workout.

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 Plenty of space to entertain with a huge courtyard

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 Covered outdoor entertainment space for those hot west Texas summers

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 Beautiful Grand Foyer with a stylish chandelier and tile design and open access

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 Belly-Up to the bar for a beverage before taking a seat in the exquisite dining room.

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 Your own private theater when it's movie time

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 comfortable seats abound 

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 Even a Spirits room

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 Huge walk-in closet with a ton of storage and cabinet space

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My personal favorites are the Theater Room and the Massage Room, but I could get plenty of pool time in as well. Simply breathtaking! Time to go buy a Lottery ticket!

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