Ever aspiration of living in a property that looks to have fallen straight out of the pages of a fairy tale? Nicely, now you can. A picturesque California household in Hollywood Hills with historic ties to Disneyland is on the marketplace for $2.5 million, according to the listing on Realtor.com.
The estate, made in 1926, was the brainchild of architect and established designer Roland E. Hill, whose most renowned style can be witnessed past the gates of Disneyland in Anaheim, California — Sleeping Beauty’s castle.
Whilst Sleeping Beauty’s legendary property was modeled on Schloss Neuschwanstein, which was the castle of Bavaria’s King Ludwig II in Germany, the property now gracing the market place is a tad far more modest at 2,626 square toes with 4 bedrooms, three bogs, and a guesthouse, SF Gate claimed.
“From its charming gate and entry, phase into this pleasant domicile and take in the 26-foot beamed ceiling in the living home, with an oversized fireplace and glass double doorways that open to a walkout deck overlooking the pool,” the Real estate agent.com listing says. “The gourmand kitchen area, with Viking appliances, will let a new operator to whip up regal feasts, and serve them in the adjoining formal dining place, which characteristics stained-glass windows and double French doorways.”
A winding staircase leads to the next flooring in which the key bedroom resides, total with an uncovered brick wall and French doorways that open to a balcony overlooking the pool.
There is also a private guest household with its own entrance.
Hill fashioned a friendship with Walt Disney and he normally confirmed him his sketches of castles he would see during this time as a pilot in Entire world War I, IMDb reported. In 1925, Hill joined Disney in Los Angeles to advise on the castle structure at the park. For the duration of his profession, he became recognized as “the premier castle expert in Hollywood,” IMDb documented.