Wednesday, December 02, 2020

EPIC Kansas City Castle Still For Sale

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.

Take a look . . .

You decide . . .

20 comments:

Ur daddy said...

Very nice. I'll take 2!

Reality said...

^^^

Keep dreamin.

Charlie Horse said...

It's a bargain considering there's no need for annual treatments for termites.

Anonymous said...

Come on Man ! Nice house, but already have a mansion like that.

Looking for one with different architecture.

Pagoda style for my guests.

China Joe Biden

Anonymous said...

i had an older co-worker who used to eat, shit and sleep harry lloyd and his mansion back then. One hears that story everyday, it becomes old.
I was delegated to the clubhouse/countryclub work during the same time period while down the road a ways was the mansion being built - never did get or cared to see it though.

That work and one and or two of the first homes built out there I was present. Then for the next 25 or so years I never went back until maybe ten? years ago - impressive I guess, for what's been done out there subdivision wise.

Why the cheap price for lloyd's old home? - my first guess is outrageous utility/upkeeping prices. It does seem cheap to me price wise.

i miss the youth i had back then but i don't miss the working conditions any.

Anonymous said...

Uh, I think most would just leave Kansas if they won the powerball.

Anonymous said...

CNN Breaking News:

Lyin' Donnie Trump cried himself to sleep last night muttering "I won, I won!"

Anonymous said...

Not Harry Lloyd's place. Is owned by the dead lawyer Lantz Welch. Built with the profits of settlements from dead victims of the hyatt disaster.

Anonymous said...

Who needs to hear their bullshit breaking news? The internal morning calls got taped and they're now being released, displaying the partisan hackery everyone knew about anyway. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

The widow is desperate for cash, I guess she already blew through his millions already

Anonymous said...

i stand corrected 8:29, thank you.

Anonymous said...

8:09 what’s loch Lloyd have to do with weatherby lake?

Anonymous said...

It looks like the lot has space enough for a guillotine!

Anonymous said...

apparently nothing at all. i see a presentation of a mansion next to a lake and automatically think loch lloyd. didn't have the headphones nearby so couldn't take a listen.

made a mountain out of a molehill again, sorry. i'll do better next time.

Anonymous said...

i'll up you 8:19. I'd leave this Country. Before it's required that my Boss, your boss, it's boss has to fit 5 Special interest slots, yet not having any experience. Go Biden , you go Girl. Start with getting your surgery to become Jonette.

Anonymous said...

It reminds me a lot of my house. It has windows, a roof, a lawn and walls. So does my house!

Anonymous said...

I doubt I could even pay the utility bills with my salary, let alone the property taxes. A whole other level from us on here.

Anonymous said...

speaking of powerball......... i was with a crew who was working for a home builder of a lottery winner. she won, chose to have a new home built around the $400,000 price tag close to twenty years ago and hopefully lives comfortable to this day - younger girl at that.

can't win if you don't play.

Anonymous said...

Real estate at the high end is a bad investment. Wealthy people prefer to build their own home to their tastes, not buy your "old used one". The want "NEW".

The exception is in London and Paris where you must buy a pre-existing structure as new buildings are not allowed. But then they dig down and put in 2 to 4 levels of basements to make those building bigger. But it hurts the strength of the buildings to do it.

Kansas and Missouri is a "farm market". Its not like NYC, L.A., Aspen, or the Hampshires.

Anonymous said...

You old people on here are so lame and boring.