Named for its ability to change colors, the Villa Chameleon is a flashy hilltop mansion on the island of Majorca. The three-building estate is spread out over a hilltop in the exclusive Son Vida neighborhood overlooking the sea and the port of Palma de Mallorca. Clad in a fine crystal glass, the facade is rigged with LED lights, changing the color of the home like a 27,000-square-foot mood ring. The glowing hues even infiltrate the inside and transform the sleek interior into a neon lair. The property's main house consists of a spacious master suite and an additional three ensuite bedrooms, a cinema, wine cellar, chef's kitchen, and a living room spread throughout its three floors. A tunnel connects the main house to a wellness and fitness center while its rooftop houses three heated swimming pools. Surrounded by a teak deck, the terrace can double as a helipad while a glass cutout in one of the pools allows swimmers inside to look out across the landscape. The final building is a 2,200-square-foot guest house featuring three bedrooms and its own living room and kitchen.
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