A majestic palatial residence, this castle-replica in East Tennessee can be found at 191 Degrasse Drive in Johnson City, within the Tennessee Valley, at the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains. Covering a massive 13 acres, this incredibly beautiful estate is in fact a replica of an 18th century Spanish castle.
It’s not all about living, if you decide to purchase such a beautiful thing. It is, in fact, about combining the purposes of living and entertainment in a superb conjoint, highly efficient in both ways. So, due to the gorgeous temperate climate, with four seasons, alongside the setting, this estate is able to provide all sorts of outdoor and sporting activities.
The first cottage that welcomes you upon arrival is the guard’s shack, behind the fully fenced property. The residence though encompasses some 22-foot tall entry doors which were imported from Paris which welcome one to the magnificent foyer. This area boasts two massive circular staircases with imported marble.
The custom made moldings were carved during the residence’s construction process by Greek craftsmen onsite. Fitted with his and hers separate bathrooms and closets, the exquisite, super massive master bedroom suite is reachable through curved hallways which lead to the separate wings of the mansion. The building also features a billiards room which comes completed with an imported pub from England. An entire array of carved moldings, alongside a ticket booth and bar lounge with fireplace garnish the theatre room.
Outside, guests are greeted by a wonderful pool, boat ramp, a boat deck with 3 slips and 4 jet ski lifts alongside superbly trimmed gardens. In terms of amenities, this magnificent residence boasts with automated lighting systems plus the most innovative and latest heating and air conditioning in the world, entirely energy-efficient. With all these, plus the custom cooled and heated garage which can accommodate up to 14 cars, a genuine apotheosis for all car collectors, and the 1/13 replica of the Bristol Motor Speedway, this staggering residence becomes something that we dearly want to possess.
The Crantzdorf Castle, as it is known as, was first listed at $28,500,000, followed by a further $9 million discount. This final asking price is $4,850,000. Such a bargain!