In the Middle of the Suburbs, a Gothic Castle for $2.69M

The Chateau Sans Souci is a Gothic Revival style Tudor Castle designed by Alexander Jackson Davis, designer of the Lyndhurst Castle, Grace Hill, and the Wildcliff Museum. According to

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The Chateau Sans Souci is a Gothic Revival style Tudor Castle designed by Alexander Jackson Davis, designer of the Lyndhurst Castle, Grace Hill, and the Wildcliff Museum. According to Curbed, original parquet floors, numerous stone fireplaces, and elegant Gothic detailing make this mansion in New Rochelle unique.
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The spacious entry way is a grand way to be welcomed to the 12,116-square-foot home.
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A bright pop of yellow in one of the dining rooms.
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A sitting room offers one of the home's numerous stone fireplaces.
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A gorgeous bar takes entertaining to a new level.
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For party throwing, the furniture can be removed to bring in a large number of guests.
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Alternating dark and light paneling makes the rooms and hallways feel even larger than they are.
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The clean, white details in one of the two kitchens pop atop the black and pale-colored tile floors.
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Peaked ceilings make the bedrooms feel even more like the inside of a castle.
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The loud, newly renovated bathroom is out of sync with the rest of the home, and, according to Curbed, a "renovation misstep".
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Lavender curved walls and a dome-shaped ceiling make this room perfect for the princess of the house.
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The master bathroom is large enough to do cartwheels in. There are seven other bathrooms in the home.
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There are ten bedrooms in all.
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Originally constructed by society architect A.J. Davis for the Davenport family, the castle-like home enjoyed panoramic views of Long Island Sound and acres of meadows dotted with fruit trees. In time, some of the land has been sold off.
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