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   xoxoxoBruce  Sunday Oct 14 10:45 PM

Oct 15th, 2018: Chateau Artisan

If youíre looking for a warm place, you know, a place to get away from winter, maybe something like this castle in Homestead, Florida.



8 bedrooms, 7.5 baths, 19,222 sq ft, on 14 acres, in a 5 acre private lake and royal gardens. Grand wrought iron gated entry followed
by mammoth wooden privacy gates, long tree-lined drive, obelisk focal point, Koi pond, covered patio, pool.
The 3-story Chateau has enormous kitchen, impact glass, full-house generator, boat house, BBQ gazebo and sleeping gazebo.



Of course all the neighbors are all farmers as this used to be a tomato field.



They wanted $12.8 million in 2012, then $10.9 million in 2013, but unfortunately for you itís off the market right now.

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sexobon  Sunday Oct 14 10:50 PM

I don't know, I'm really looking for something with a drawbridge.



Carruthers  Monday Oct 15 04:04 AM

It's not even on a bus route.

Hasn't got a lot going for it really.



xoxoxoBruce  Monday Oct 15 09:56 AM

Probably high humidity and mosquitoes.



Happy Monkey  Monday Oct 15 11:20 AM

Homestead, Florida is 3 feet above sea level.



blueboy56  Monday Oct 15 02:52 PM

Really cool, until of course one of Florida's sinkholes opens up and drains the pool then eats all or part of the house.



Clodfobble  Monday Oct 15 04:10 PM

When the apocalypse comes, moats are going to be all the rage.



Gravdigr  Monday Oct 15 04:39 PM

Top selling point:

Zombie resistant.



Gravdigr  Monday Oct 15 04:39 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Happy Monkey View Post
That's a mountain in FL.


Undertoad  Monday Oct 15 04:50 PM

It's higher than 50% of the land area of The Netherlands.



Gravdigr  Monday Oct 15 05:38 PM

The nosebleed section...



newtimer  Tuesday Oct 16 04:00 PM

I'll pass. For that kind of money, I expect a garage. Or at least a carport. I don't want my car sitting out under the sun, getting too hot inside.



xoxoxoBruce  Tuesday Oct 16 05:00 PM

No problem newtimer, after the chauffeur drops you at the house he/she will take the car and put it away at the gatehouse.



Happy Monkey  Tuesday Oct 16 05:19 PM

I was a bit surprised to see no boathouse or rowboats.



xoxoxoBruce  Tuesday Oct 16 05:21 PM

The ad says boathouse but I don't know where it is.



Happy Monkey  Tuesday Oct 16 05:26 PM

Ah, I missed that. There must be a door in the wall under one of the towers.


ETA: Yes; in your second link, you can see it.



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