$9,499,000 | Built 1920 | 15,858 Sq. Ft. | 5 Beds | 5.5+ Baths | 7.12 Acres
A world-class combination of timeless architectural design and craftsmanship, this private sanctuary offers old-world elegance with modern conveniences, breathtaking gardens and extraordinary water views. Built in 1920, the 15,858 square foot brick manor first hit the market in 2018 for $14.5 million and recently relisted for $9.49 million. Set on a tranquil 7.12 acre estate in Long Lake’s Fullerton Estates, the property includes 700-feet of south facing shoreline on Maxwell Bay with professionally landscaped grounds with a pool, spa and pool house. Intricate details at every turn, the elegant interiors have been masterfully updated while preserving rich details from the past.
Interior details include an expansive entry hall with curving staircase, formal living room with windows on three sides and a marble fireplace, a double-island gourmet kitchen opening to an adjacent breakfast area and gathering space, butler’s pantry, large formal dining room and a panelled den with ornate fireplace and built-in bar. There is also a fabulous sunroom, private office and a total of 5 bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms including a luxurious master suite complete with private balcony, fireplace, numerous dressing rooms and an elegant bathroom. The lower level features a billiards room, a second bar, games room and modern home theatre. The property is on the market for $9.49 million with George Stickney of Coldwell Banker. Photography and information found on Coldwell Banker. Photography by Spacecrafting.