Here's your chance to live "Happily Ever After." In Brooklyn, New York (yes, you read that right), a house nicknamed the "Gingerbread House" is on the market at $26,000/month to rent and $10.5 million to buy. According to the , the 1917 Arts and Crafts-style house was designed by architect James Sarsfield Kennedy after a shipping magnate had commissioned it. The home has stunning details and features, including four main bedrooms, two guest bedrooms, three-and-half bathrooms, a wine cellar, a terrace, a fountain room, and three fireplaces.
The current owners have been in the home since the 1980s and spent years restoring the home to its original condition. And of course, the house's unique look makes it the most admirable building in the neighborhood. "The day we moved in kids started ringing the bell to look inside, so I cut the doorbell," owner Jerry Fishman told the Daily News. "For 30 years, we've lived without a doorbell."
Take a look at the amazing photos of the home below:
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