Step back in time with this medieval Tudor that channels its inner Westeros. With five bedrooms and five full and two half baths, the home spans more than 4,000 square feet on three acres in Anderson Township.
Set back from the street, the facade features a variety of materials traditional to a Tudor—think stone, stucco, and brick. A circular driveway leads right to the main entrance, where medieval elements are on display: diamond-paned windows and old-style lanterns flank the front door, a heavy wood affair with its own diamond-paned window, wrought-iron strap hinges, and a heavy knocker. Inside, solid oak and hardwood floors appear throughout the home, including the living room, where a coffered ceiling with scrollwork along the main beam, a fireplace, and large windows brighten up the space. The music room features a floor-to-ceiling arched window that looks out into the front yard. The dark wood–lined ceiling and stone interior walls are reminiscent of medieval architecture, and the stained glass window and built-ins add a little charm. The office features wood-paneled walls and a corner fireplace with an intricately molded hood.
The paneling carries on into the breakfast nook in the kitchen, which also features built-in corner cupboards. In the kitchen proper, there’s an island with an eat-in bar, stainless appliances, and granite countertops that match the tiled floor. A prep-slash-drink station has slots to store wine glasses, glass-panel cabinets for bar storage, and a wine fridge. Even the staircase that takes you upstairs has carved, dark wood details. Each room on the second floor has a dark wood door and some bedrooms feature hardwood floors.
More medieval style shows up in the lower level with wood paneling, a beamed ceiling, and a working fireplace. Separate from the main space there’s a rathskeller-esque bar paneled in dark wood, diamond-paned windows, and a wine cellar. With three full acres, the privacy and greenery are a major perk of the home. A tiered deck allows plenty of space for entertaining, and it’s shaded by a massive tree. Down the hill from the house, there’s a 40-foot by 20-foot inground concrete pool with an outdoor shower, pool house, and outdoor kitchen. There’s also a surrounding deck with loads of space for lounge chairs, plus a quaint log cabin with a screened-in porch hidden in the trees. It’s basically like a summer vacation in your backyard!