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Priced To Sell!

Sunday, April 06, 2014    

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SO challenged realtor William Pierce (he's our My Kingston feature) to share with our readers a home priced to drop jaws. He found one, a mansion with a price tag of $19.9 million to boot and inspired by the opulence of the Great Gatsby. Our jaws are by the way still in drop mode!

Imagine stepping into a home with a 32-foot ceiling in an impressively appointed 2,800-plus square feet of luxurious space. Add a polished limestone fireplace a stained glass bar and you'll get the gist of this timeless masterpiece. Dramatic architecture throughout, its brimming amenities like that of a palace, complemented by a gourmet-infused kitchen, a sound proofed movie theatre, custom-crafted library dressed with wood beams, a kingly game room, two master bathrooms, its very own private -top solarium and sky deck, two elevators, a godly wine vault and a Venetian-inspired pool with 14K mosaic gold inlays and adjacent cabana will satisfy the most discerning taste.

The grand-oceanfront was uniquely designed and crafted with rare finishes by artisans from around the world, leaving nothing but attention to detail evident.

Alas there was no Leonardo DiCaprio in the pool.

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