Superb Medieval-Looking Mansion in Arizona, United States

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Jane Mullock
Jane Mullock
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Built in 2003 a 0.43-acre lot in Scottsdale, Arizona, this Italian-inspired mansion offers 6,373 square feet of living space drenched in medieval magnificence. Upon entry, the lucky inhabitants of this lavish abode are greeted by a Gothic arch that was inspired in its design by St. Patrick’s Cathedral, but there are multiple other medieval-inspired elements that allow this home to stand out.

These include a cleverly designed secret door, menacing-looking gargoyles, leaded glass, one century-old pine flooring, custom ironwork and large sconces that could fool anyone into thinking that they traveled back in time to the medieval ages. There is even a Roman-style bathroom and an art gallery within, while the outdoors boasts a guesthouse, a swimming pool, a shower and a special grotto that flaunts its own fireplace, spa and gas lamps for a touch of authenticity.

Accommodations include 3 lavish bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, all featuring a generous amount of high-end amenities and comforts. We invite you to admire this unique medieval masterpiece by browsing through the images below.

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