Ever desire of residing in a home that appears to be to have fallen straight out of the web pages of a fairy tale? Well, now you can. A picturesque California residence in Hollywood Hills with historic ties to Disneyland is on the market place for $2.5 million, in accordance to the listing on Real estate agent.com.
The estate, created in 1926, was the brainchild of architect and set designer Roland E. Hill, whose most well-known structure can be seen past the gates of Disneyland in Anaheim, California — Sleeping Beauty’s castle.
While Sleeping Beauty’s iconic house was modeled on Schloss Neuschwanstein, which was the castle of Bavaria’s King Ludwig II in Germany, the dwelling presently gracing the market is a tad more modest at 2,626 square ft with four bedrooms, three loos, and a guesthouse, SF Gate noted.
“From its charming gate and entry, action into this delightful domicile and consider in the 26-foot beamed ceiling in the dwelling home, with an outsized hearth and glass double doors that open up to a walkout deck overlooking the pool,” the Real estate agent.com listing states. “The gourmet kitchen area, with Viking appliances, will permit a new operator to whip up regal feasts, and provide them in the adjoining official eating place, which options stained-glass home windows and double French doorways.”
A winding staircase potential customers to the 2nd floor exactly where the principal bed room resides, total with an exposed brick wall and French doors that open to a balcony overlooking the pool.
There is also a personal guest dwelling with its individual entrance.
Hill formed a friendship with Walt Disney and he generally showed him his sketches of castles he would see throughout this time as a pilot in Environment War I, IMDb reported. In 1925, Hill joined Disney in Los Angeles to suggest on the castle layout at the park. In the course of his occupation, he grew to become acknowledged as “the leading castle qualified in Hollywood,” IMDb noted.