We start our morning with top quality Kansas City real estate pr0n and a residence that locals might consider if they win tonight's powerball.
Otherwise, the plebs peering into this posh locale might just scare the neighbors given that the COVID-19 pandemic has, allegedly, killed a great deal of faith in capitalism.
Description . . .
This beautiful custom masterpiece home was inspired by Ashford Castle in Ireland.
The residence sits on three lots & 350 feet of Shoreline.
It was built of custom hammered stone in English Ashlar pattern and 100-year-old Carthage marble that came from a home that was razed to make room for the Kemper Museum.
Architectural details consist of 18-foot ceilings, hand scraped oak floors, original stained glass, mid-19th-century hand carved fireplace mantle, round dining room with 200-year-old hand sculpted fireplace mantle and custom mural. Elevator access on all floors.
You decide . . .