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Covina mansion with a pirate-themed pool seeks a $5.6-million bounty

It’ll take $5.588 million worth of cash, gold or buried treasure to land this mansion with a pirate-themed pool.

Named “Castle in the Sky” by its owner, the custom-built home sits on 4.3 acres of landscaped grounds in Covina.

The whimsical house, built in 2009, features a facade of brick with whimsical spires on the roof. Inside, four bedrooms are spread across 7,238 square feet.

Custom woodwork, intricate ceilings and chandeliers give the living spaces a stately aesthetic. The master suite features a walk-in closet and a bathroom outfitted with a fireplace and stone-wall shower.

The real highlight, however, is the massive pool. Featured in HGTV’s “Ultimate Pools,” it features an array of treasure chests, wooden wheels and a crow’s nest fit for Davy Jones’ locker. A large pool house, outdoor kitchen and fireplace sit adjacent.

Multiple garages, walking paths lined with fruit trees, a custom-built barn and a horse-riding arena complete the grounds.

Geni Addicott of Coldwell Banker Top Team and Kimberly Olbrich of Century 21 Citrus Realty hold the listing.

Records show the property last traded hands for $2.3 million in 2006.

jack.flemming@latimes.com

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