When Zenning with Zay & I walked inside this $7,000,000 Abandoned Mansion were were stunned! It was absolutely amazing from top to bottom!
This was actually the second mansion we explored that day. The first was The Abandoned $4,000,000 Hillside Estate which was amazing! But, this one was even better! This 2½ storey mansion was built around the turn of the 20th century. It was built for a self made financier. He, along with his wife lived there until his death in the 1960's.
The top floor of the $7,000,000 Abandoned Mansion was actually smaller than the rest. It still was very awesome! With two bedrooms & a bathroom. Plus, a huge skylight directly above the epic staircase!
The second level of the $7,000,000 Abandoned Mansion seemed to be the main living space. There were three huge bedrooms & three bathrooms. One bedroom we could easily tell was a girls room. This was based entirely on the VERY bright pink pain job! The other rooms we a huge bedroom & what I suspect was the master bedroom. Off the master bedroom was a walk-in closet. But that wasn't all! There was also a huge sunroom!
The main floor of the mansion was incredible! There was a huge living room which could have easily been a stately dining room. The hardwood table in it was probably the biggest table I had ever seen! Plus that fireplace! Never have I come across one as grand with windows on either side. Off the living room was the massive family room with tiled floors & leaded windows!
The kitchen in the $7,000,000 Abandoned Mansion was to die for! Bright & beautiful with plenty of storage space! Plus slate flooring & it lead to a breakfast with patio walk out!
The basement wasn't too exciting but it did have some nice features! Of the not so exciting things there was first, a small laundry room. Secondly, what appeared to be a kids play room. Lastly a small bathroom. Now on to the massive rec room featuring a beauty fireplace & a quite large wine cellar.
Last but not least is my favourtie of most abandoned places. The stairs! I believe this style is a winder but I am not 100% sure. These beautiful stairs stretch for the top floor all the way into the basement. The future of the mansion is not clear. It was supposed to be demolished for a new build but the neighbourhood rallied to halt it. It seems that due to historical significance it may indeed be saved, but only time will tell.