This work of art cost over $35 million to build and now can be all yours for $30 million. It’s the former home of successful franchise entrepreneur Dick Freeland, who built the palatial residence with his wife, Deanna, in 1997.
The 50,000 square foot mansion in Fort Wayne, Indiana rises four stories with a total of 16 bedrooms and 28 bathrooms which can be accessed via numerous formal staircases or by your choice of two elevators.
The interiors include elegant wood paneling in the banquet-sized formal dining hall, a warm & inviting chef’s kitchen with restaurant grade appliances, impressive formal living rooms with extensive mouldings & crystal chandeliers, a breathtaking conservatory right off the pages of Architectural Digest, and 16 fireplaces strategically placed throughout the home.
Sitting on an impressive 50-acre manicured estate, the property is complete with a state-of-the-art 6,720 square foot equestrian facility, meticulous landscaping, extensive gardens, a private 7-acre lake, ponds, as well as an additional 8,000 square foot home, and two other separate homes.