A White House-inspired home in Indiana is Realtor.com’s most popular home this week.
The 45-acre property is currently on sale for $8.5 million.
Amenities include a billiards room, space for a car museum, and four horse barns.
Built in 1997, the property is situated on over 45 acres of land in Evansville, Indiana and contains five bedrooms and eleven bathrooms.
Evansville is part of the Indiana-Illinois-Kentucky tri-state area.
Although the exterior resembles the White House in Washington, DC, the interior of the home differs from the historical landmark.
Although neither of the offices featured in the listing look like the famous Oval Office, they both boast grand layouts.
The main residence on the property measures in at 33,547 square feet and includes an 11,000 square-foot area for “a car museum, recreational sports area, (or) event facility.”
The White House-inspired home has spent about 15 days on the market as of Friday afternoon, according to the official listing.
More features of the main residence on the property include the backyard pool area, a billiards room, and a fitness room.
There are four horse barns, a guest house, and living quarters above the main barn on the 45-acre property, according to Realtor.com.
See the official listing here.
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