Most Expensive Homes on the Market: A $5.5 Million Villa in Great Falls

So large that even the guest house counts 3,500 square feet of living space.
Most Expensive Homes on the Market: A .5 Million Villa in Great Falls

How you know your home is on a different level of luxe: Its nickname involves the word “castle.” This home, dubbed Castle Aziza, is indeed a pretty grand place, with more than 15,000 square feet, 9 bedrooms, and 14 baths. This villa-style mansion in Great Falls’s Putnam Farm Estates includes such majorly fancy features as 12-foot carved-wood-and-glass doors, five fireplaces, a looming butterfly staircase in the double-height foyer, and extravagant decorative details such as opulent crown moldings and gold-leafed ceilings. Take a gander at the mirrored dressing room, which is so insanely enormous it takes up its own level. When you have visitors, send ’em to the attached three-bedroom guest quarters, which alone measure more than 3,500 square feet. There’s an elevator to reach each of the home’s four levels— and, of course, a crystal chandelier in the fitness room. What else would you expect from a castle?

The home is listed at $5.5 million. Take a look inside below, then go to Keller Williams for the details and full tour.

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