You can live in a 1920s luxury castle in...a suburb of Cleveland?
Who says Cleveland can't have all the glamour?
Okay, probably most people, but this castle changes everything!
True French architecture and royal grandeur characterize this 1923 castle that can be found in perhaps the most uncharacteristic of places...Bratenahl, Ohio, which is bordered by Cleveland on three sides.
The estate sits on three acres right on the shore of Lake Erie and minutes from the downtown Cleveland area.
Extremely modernized on the inside, the home manages to retain old-age character while offering all the amenities and updated décor you might desire.
Take a look at how beautifully that balance plays out in the home here:
The house itself is over 9,600 square feet with 9 bedrooms and 6 full baths (4 partial baths are also a part of the deal).
This French Normandy maintains its charm with its century-old woodwork, grand halls and beamed ceilings without ever feeling stuffy or outdated.
But perhaps the real stunner of this home is the master suite. A lavish tub centered between four columns with a mounted flatscreen on the wall make it the epitome of luxury.
Well, that and the private beach, indoor pool and outdoor pool decorated with massive and intricately carved statues that instantly transport you to Europe.
The estate is on the market for $2.8M, which, if you ask us, is a steal granted you would be living in, you know, a castle.
Well played, Cleveland.
Now, check out this estate in Portland with a helipad and 1,000-square-foot garage:
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