This Medieval-Styled Home in Austin is exactly Want You Need!
This medieval-styled home in Austin is the perfect place for a king and only for $2.3 million you can make it your next residence.
This incredible place was modified by its owner to match his style. The 5.500-square-foot home was bought by the actual owners back in 1992, and for 25 years they have been living there.
Inside you’ll feel like you are back in the Medieval times or living in a real-life castle from King Arthur’s domain.
The medieval-style home is located in Shady Hollow, a secluded area in South Austin.
The incredible residence features four bedrooms and four bathrooms, as well as a weathered stone walls and carved wood arches.
Plus, it boasts beautiful custom oak cabinetry, and a formal living room with traditional travertine fireplace and Onyx floors.
According to the listing on Sotheby’s International Realty, this house is on sale for about $2.3 million.
Turns out the estate comes with a 14th century stone cottage through the stone path outside the main residence. The property has dry stacked stone interior, crafted stained glass, ceiling paintings, and Gothic moldings atop a stained wood ceiling.
The listing agent, Stephanie Nick says that what she likes best about this property is the backyard.
“The backyard is absolutely stunning and one of a kind. When you step into the garden, it feels like you are in the Renaissance era and it just takes your mind off everything,” Ms. Nick said.
In fact, the backyard won second place in a national backyard competition hosted by “Good Morning America” in 2012.
Its owner, Craig Turner and his wife, Ciera, are a couple of artists. They have been living in Africa and traveled around the world before settled down in Austin to raise their family.
“I built this place for my kids and my wife to have a quality life. This home was an outlet for my artistic passion and dedicated to my love for them,” Mr. Turner said.
All the paintings, carpeting and molding that you see all around the property have been done by Mr. Turner.
“Some of the stained glass contains real gold. I melt some gold and mix it in the glass so it can reflect and shine in the sun,” he said.
The listing agent told Mansion Global she hasn’t received any offers yet. But we are sure that the offers will surely come.
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