This gorgeous newly built mansion is located at 1905 Skippack Pike in Blue Bell, PA. It is definitely not a house you would expect to find in the back country of Pennsylvania. The 5 bedroom, 7.5 bathroom home is on the market for $4,500,000.

Here is the listing info:

Welcome Home to Chateau de Reve(Castle of Dreams)! Spectacular dream home on over 6 acres featuring 15,000 sq ft of living space. Entertainers dream! Gated private drive w/ remote keypad. Grand 2 story foyer w/ radiant heat tile fl. throughout the 1st fl. Oversized rooms w/ detailed crown moldings. 12 ft Coffered ceilings w/ onyx inlay. Gourmet kitchen features viking appliance, granite countertops, custom detailed wood cabinets, center island, breakfast area, laundry, back staircase to 2nd floor. Great room w/ gas fireplace, high cofferd ceiling, french doors to veranda & pool w/ waterfall & full grill station. 1st fl master w/ french doors to pool, tile floor, sitting room, 2 walk in closets, exercise room w/ waterfall, lavish master bath w/ steam shower, jacuzzi tub, double sinks, & steam room. 2nd fl features open game room with balcony overlooking pool, media room, 3 additional bedrooms all w/ full bath, powder room, oversized laundry. Spectacular finished walkout basement with full bath. A must See Home

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  • tony

    6/10 in my opinion.

    i love the vast lot and views that you get of it from inside. also like the crown molding and the diversity of design throughout the rooms.
    the theater is ugly. they could have done so much better with that. also, that should be a double staircase. for lack of better words, it looks….amputated. and i’m not really sure why they made a pyramid out of the pool sticks but, right on.




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  • potomac resident

    I have never seen a theater with hardwood floors. in fact most of the bedrooms even are tiled floors… strange for the Pennsylvania country where it probably freezes in the winter. they must really not like carpet in that house.

    love the garage.




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    • Venom

      The only plausible reason that you would have a house devoid of carpeting like this would be maybe you have pets and allergies.
      Tile floors are awful and hard on the feet and not ideal for a bedroom at all.
      And for PA they would be terrible if not kept heated at all times in cold weather.

      Hardwood floors in a theater are a horrible choice for acoustics.
      The house is nice, but the floor choices will make it a tough sell.




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  • KEV

    The ground floor is all radiant heat underneath the tile, so at least (at even more cost for heating) you could keep that warm. I agree the hardwood in the media room is useless. And does everyone have to have a Scarface movie poster? All in all, a nice stately home, probably cold and noisy with the flooring, guess they could throw down a lot of Oriental rugs.




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  • Chris

    Okay,

    I’m sorry but this is just no. I’m getting a very empty cold vide from this home. Almost EVERY room is too big and I can tell because of lack of decoration. The kitchen seems way too wide. The master bedroom is just a big box with…hard floors? Oh yeah, I really want to wake up to that.




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    • admin

      haha I totally agree with everything you said. Also, like Tony pointed out, the single staircase looks weird.




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    • potomac resident

      i get a similar vibe, but i was thinking it was just because there is no furniture in the house, so it looks completely out of proportion




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  • I must say, I am in love with this style. Never seen a house designed this way, but I am a definite fan. I love the picture from the pool area of the back. Very cool!




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  • Nick

    The foyer is not impressive at all.That weird staircase spoils the whole foyer.Also,
    the great room needs more vivid decoration (I find the room cold with these chairs).The home theater room reminds me the same style ugly home theater in my school.The yellow is hideous… The other rooms are much better decorated, thus I like them.




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  • Ted

    this home is also owned by robert laflar who owns the 25,000 sqaure foot next door. both homes are up for sale after laflar’s suicide.




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