Castle-like house for sale in Pennsylvania is a fairy tale

Judith Zeng

Aerial view

Screen grab from Realtor.

A home that looks like it is straight out of a fairy tale has landed on the real estate market in Gibsonia, Pennsylvania, for $3.95 million.

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Kitchen Screen grab from Realtor

The four-bedroom, 5.5-plus-bathroom home sits perched on 25 acres of lush greenery, with its castle-like tower peeking over the treetops. While the outside is beautiful on its own, the inside is just as dreamy — if not more so.

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Living room Screen grab from Realtor

Features inside the 9,329-square-foot property, according to the listing on Realtor.com, include:

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Bedroom Screen grab from Realtor

  • Elevator

  • Gourmet kitchen

  • Home theater

  • Wet bar

  • Whiskey room

  • Gym

  • Library

  • Bunk room

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Bathroom Screen grab from Realtor

“The outdoor living space has a built-in grill, a tiered water feature, a large pergola with an automatic retractable cover,” the listing says.

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Interior Screen grab from Realtor

“A stocked pond, duck house, chicken coop, extensive gardens round out this hidden gem.”

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Interior Screen grab from Realtor

While the residence is secluded, the world is only a few minutes away, including restaurants and schools, the listing says.

The home was featured on PriceyPads.com, a website that takes a look at luxury houses for sale.

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Theater Screen grab from Realtor

Gibsonia is about 17 miles northeast of Pittsburgh.

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Exterior Screen grab from Realtor

TJ Macías is a Real-Time national sports reporter for McClatchy based out of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. Formerly, TJ covered the Dallas Mavericks and Texas Rangers beat for numerous media outlets including 24/7 Sports and Mavs Maven (Sports Illustrated). Twitter: @TayloredSiren

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