An aesthetically pleasing castle-like mansion resting on 12 acres of lush greenery has hit the real estate market in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, for $2.49 million.
Wyngate Manor is a 10-bedroom, 7.5-plus-bathroom residence that has a rich interior featuring amenities that were inspired by the Hatfield House, a popular tourist attraction in England that’s associated with Queen Elizabeth I. One such feature is the marble flooring, the listing on Realtor.com says.
Other features and upgrades in and around the 11,000-square-foot inside include:
French leaded glass windows
Stained glass windows
“Income producing rental house”
Detached garage with apartment
Other spectacular features include a gourmet kitchen and an foyer with a two-story coffered ceiling and a great hall that is the “centerpiece” of the manor, the listing says.
“Countless details can be found such as a Tudor-style wood fireplace, floor to ceiling windows, a second floor Minstrel Gallery (inspired by Berkeley Castle in England) overlooking the room, access to the scenic yard and pond area, and more,” the listing describes the great hall.
Lancaster is about 79 miles northwest of Philadelphia.