A castle in Kissimmee fetches $1.1 million offer


A Kissimmee house designed to look exactly like a castle, both inside and out, has fetched an offer of $1.1 million, according to a report from Realtor.

Located on a private street off of Pleasant Hill Road, the 7,844-square-foot fortress of a house was built in 1984 is known locally as "The Castle on Pleasant Hill."

The house comes with everything you'd expect from a castle: turrets, gargoyles, drawbridges, wooden ladders, stained-glass windows, and intricate stone work pretty much everywhere. Truly it's a house fit for a king, or anyone that needs to ride out a siege.

You can also live in this castle. The house  comes with five bedrooms, six bathrooms, and a library, a theater, and a six-acre lot, among other things.

The castle house is currently asking $1,050,000, and the listing agent is Tim Weisheyer of Dream Builders Realty.

Photos via Realtor

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