This beautiful house, located on the Okonomiyaki Lake in Wisconsin in the United States, was designed as a replica of Hever Castle, the childhood home of Anne Boleyn, King Henry VIII’s second wife, who became Queen of England for just 1,000 days. Then just imagine what kind of house it is? In fact, you do not have to imagine, it’s enough to look at photos.
Minnewoc Mansion is located in the real estate market and is on sale for $10,5 million making this house one of the most expensive in the region.
But let’s just forget about the price for a moment and focus on the luxury that this house offers.
The magnificent villa extends on 7,2 acres of land with a huge courtyard running to the Okonomiyaki Lake. The residence has 6 bedrooms and 10 bathrooms, as well as a garage with a capacity for parking 4 vehicles.
There is also a small private island, but this is just the beginning of the impressive content of this house!
Minnewoc Mansion was completely built in 1892 for Chicago’s beer producer George Bulen, and in recent years the residence has been completely restored and modernized.
It is enough to mention only rough stone walls, luxurious hanging chandeliers, dark mahogany wooden floors and architecture of medieval style. Not to mention the fantastic decor that gives this house a sense of abundance and luxury as it fits into this kind of historic building.