The former Everton midfielder is selling the house in Saddle River New Jersey valued at just under US$7 million (A$10 million) after his family made the move back to Australia earlier this year.
Built for Cahill in 2015 while he was playing for MLS side New York Red Bulls, the epic eight bedroom property features everything from indoor futsal and basketball courts, video game arcade, theatre, infinity pool and a golf simulator.
The four level mansion also has lifts to help move around every area in the house.
It is believed Cahill paid $US2.7 million ($AUD3.9 million) for the block of land in 2013.
Cahill, Australia's all-time leading scorer with 50 goals in 108 caps, retired in 2018.
His career included stints with Everton and Millwall in England, New York Red Bulls in the United States, Chinese Super League outfits Shanghai Shenhua and Hangzhou Greentown as well as Melbourne City in the A-League.