If you ever wanted to live at Disneyland when you were a kid, you might be able to live your dream! A house designed by the same architect responsible for Sleeping Beauty’s castle is for sale in California. And it can be yours if you have an extra $2.5 million lying around.
Designed by Roland E. Hill, the Los Angeles home is about 35 minutes away from the famous amusement park. The front of the house features a cottage-inspired design, reminiscent of another famous princess’s place—Snow White. Inside, though, the architecture features more of a castle aesthetic.
The natural stone exterior is accented with grey bricks to give it that castle. There’s even a mini turret in the back overlooking the pool.
The interior is a juxtaposition of medieval-inspired design elements and modern upgrades. Arched doorways and stained glass windows create a sense of fairy-tale whimsy, but the upgraded appliances and amenities make it modern. There are four bedrooms, three baths, a French-door-accented balcony off the master, and an office.
The home is listed at a cool $2,495,000.
Originally built in 1926 (19 years before Sleeping Beauty’s castle opened), it’s no wonder that Disney tapped Hill to design the princess’s castle for its park based on this spectacularly whimsical creation. The house is also a registered historic-cultural monument.
This Disney-esque home is listed via Douglas Elliman by realtors Josh and Matthew Altman. If those names sound familiar, it’s because the famous duo star on Bravo’s Million Dollar Listing. Could this home pop up on the show’s next season? We hope so!
For now, even if you don’t quite enough cash to buy this fairy-tale property, you can take a look at it and dream.
[Via House Beautiful]