You don’t need to move abroad to experience exotic architecture. You just need $2.7 million and a willingness to move to Kennesaw.
Right now the Villa de Cielo is one sale. Its 7,958 square feet live on a massive 20-acre estate that includes “Tuscan-like fields” and a lake.
The house itself was built from materials flown in from all over the world to create a blended Old and New World style. The house has hand-chipped limestone exteriors with hand-flashed-fired terra cotta clay shingles.
Being handmade seems to have been important to the home’s builders, as it also features hand-carved mahogany doors, solid walnut hand-crafted stairs and cabinetry and hand-painted frescos and venetian plaster walls.
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