Built in 1929, this week's featured property is a grand Tudor manor with endless possibilities.
This incredible listing is for a unique mansion high on a mountaintop in Covington. It has six bedrooms, six bathrooms, and an unforgettable carriage house, all on over 17 acres. Adjacent wooded tracts of land will be up for sale as well. The property wil be auctioned off on November 20, with a minimum opening bid of $285,000.
As soon as you walk in, the grandeur of the sweeping staircase and custom woodwork will almost overwhelm you. An entryway this dramatic requires some serious antiques to fill it up.
Though empty, it's easy to picture this room with a long, formal dining room table. Just imagine it all decorated for the holidays!
The enormous living room will require some elegant pieces to bring it together. A classic seating area in front of the fire would be just perfect. How quaint is that custom-built window seat?
Upstairs, the bedrooms admittedly need a bit of work. There isn't anything here that can't be fixed with a good handyman and some paint!
Can you imagine how amazing the sunroom would look with some potted palms and rattan furniture? This could easily become your favorite room for morning coffee or sunrise yoga. It looks out onto a flagstone deck and a reflecting pool out back.
The carriage house doubles as a 3-car garage and simply has to be seen to be believed. There are living quarters on the second floor and everyone will want to stay in the tower room.
This estate is just waiting for a new owner with deep pockets and a distinctive sense of style. Could that be you? Schedule a viewing of the property with Woltz and Associates to see it up close before making your bid later this month. This home will definitely go for a pretty penny.
**All of the photos in this article are courtesy of Woltz and Associates.
What is your favorite feature of this mountaintop estate? What would you change to make it feel like home? Let us know in the comments!