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Property Brothers' Las Vegas digs will give you smart-home envy

por Hannah Macnaghten (2019-07-06)

pexels-photo-2523185.jpegid="article-body" class="row" section="article-body"> At the pool, where there was once just a bunch of dirt.

James Martin/CNET The half-acre backyard of Jonathan and Drew Scott's family compound in Las Vegas was piles of dirt when they bought the property. So the brothers did what they usually do and upgraded the hell out of it.

The Scotts, best known for their home-renovation show Property Brothers on HGTV, travel a lot for work, but use the home as a landing pad for themselves, friends and family when in town. Last month, a CNET crew took a break from the CES tech show in search of everyday tech being used elsewhere in Vegas. We found just that at a home tour of the residence hosted by the celebrity identical twins.

Now playing: Watch this: Property Brothers' Las Vegas home: Waterslide, game room... 5:56 "It was a dumb house when we bought it because it had no smart tech at all," Jonathan said while showing off a tower of multimedia and home-monitoring equipment in a living room cabinet. "Anywhere in the world, wherever we are, we can control every aspect of the home, from the access to the lights to the sound."

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That once dirt-filled backyard now has a pool, hot tub and water slide. Plus, the brothers added in a drop-down TV projector that shines across the pool onto a 15-foot projection screen.

"Who doesn't like watching a football game from a hot tub," Drew asked as he walked across the backyard toward the pool.