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Gone With The Wind Auction

The majesty of the white columned main house with its sweeping front porch is just the beginning to the four-acre compound of four buildings totaling 30,600 square feet. The complex consists of the 15,000 square foot main house with the Creans’ separate 2,500 square foot apartment, a 7,600 square foot workshop-office and two garages with eight bays each, one containing a gym and apartment above and the other with two apartments above. Including the ten main houseguest suites, the property has a total of 18 bedrooms and 30 baths.


Retro Diner, Main Street and Gas Station

The large main house is fashioned in Tuscan style with a grand entrance of divided stairwell and inset round hand-painted ceiling mural. From there, one enters a large great room with a massive walk-in fireplace of intricate design that towers up to the more than double-height ceiling. Large arched doors lead from either side of the fireplace out to yet another large room, a combination indoor pool-spa room with living area surrounding another fireplace, a children’s’ play area on the opposite side and large grilling station with its own chimney. Large glass walls and ceiling skylights bring the outdoors in with views of weeping willows and vineyards. The house has six bedrooms and eleven bathrooms.


The Mackenzie-Childs Home

The estate consists of a 1790's private residence with a total of seven bedrooms and six baths on 43 acres, carriage house with servant quarters, an artist studio, office, and a retail gift shop. The home is bordered by the Cayuga Lake Wine Trail, a collection of 15 member wineries and one cidery, that started in 1983 in the New York Finger Lakes wine region. Many well-attended events are hosted by these boutique wineries throughout the year.

The Penthouse Clocktower in DUMBO Brooklyn at Sunset

2011 Esquire Bachelor Pad Still Available

The building was erected in 1914 as a 12-story industrial building on Brooklyn’s waterfront in the neighborhood of what is now called DUMBO (Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass). Now referred to as the Clock Tower, in 1998 it was repurposed into a 124-unit condominium. Condo amenities include concierge service, a roof deck and fitness center. The neighborhood has upscale shops and restaurants and is close to the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges and public transportation.


The Castle on Lake Tahoe

The gated Castle on Lake Tahoe in Incline Village on the Nevada north shore of the lake was inspired by the owner's wife as a modern version of the castles and chateaus she had visited in Europe. The estate includes 9,000 square feet on 1.7 acres, a pier and deep water buoy, motorized boat and watercraft lifts, 180 feet of private beach, five bedrooms, six baths and a three-room guest suite.

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