A true “Magic Kingdom” has arrived on the market.
Located in the heart of western Massachusetts, the sprawling property offers a range of top-notch amenities to appeal to those who are wealthy yet have humble beginnings. Yankee Candles A small colonial that the late Michael J. Kittredge II of his company purchased for his $144,000 in 1984, where he installed only one. 100 acres. The founder’s son, Michael “Mick” Kittredge III, is currently selling his 60-acre lot with its own gated mansion for his $23 million.he says wall street journal It’s “like having Disneyland in your backyard.”
Located in the rural town of Leverett, the property consists of eight separate buildings offering a total of 120,000 square feet of living space and 16 bedrooms. Completed in 2010, the 25,000-square-foot main house features six bedrooms, four dining rooms, three floors of large rooms, and over 11 fireplaces. The kitchen is as grand as you can imagine, with five islands. There is also a commercial kitchen on the lower level with seven sinks. Add to that a ten-seat home theater and not one, but two wine cellars.
Elsewhere on the property are several guest houses, two barns that can accommodate 80 precious vehicles, a clubhouse, an outdoor pool, and cabanas with kitchens and bars. Even better, the estate has its own water park inspired by the Bellagio in Las Vegas. The dreamy space is housed in his 55,000-square-foot “Spa Building,” which Kittredge commissioned in the late 1990s.
The spa building also features a two-story arcade, three-lane bowling alley, 4,000-square-foot gym, massage rooms, and separate indoor basketball/tennis courts. One of the four tennis courts doubles as a concert hall with a 25-foot oak bar, stone fireplace, and 4,000-square-foot stage. “The dancefloor goes out, the tables go down, the lights come on,” said Kittredge. WSJMore.
For another $4 million, you can build an 8,500-square-foot home and guesthouse on 10 acres of land. A separate plot with an apple orchard is now available as a separate purchase.
“Personally, I think it would make a great retreat or wellness resort,” said Johnny Hatem Jr., listing agent for Douglas Elliman. rob report on the phone. “It could also be the perfect home for someone looking to collect trophy possessions, but the possibilities are endless.”
Thank you Magic Kingdom.
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