A renovated gingerbread house compound has hit the Massachusetts market.
Whether you are a fan on non-traditional architecture or just have a thing for all things fairy tale, you have to admit that a gingerbread house is pretty cool. Located in Tyringham, Massachusetts, the fantasy home compound is actually made up of four separate homes sitting on four acres.
The buildings include an 1880s barn that has lovingly been transformed into a gingerbread house, a four bedroom colonial house, a 1900s post and beam cottage, and a studio home made from a silo that looks like it came right out of a fairy tale. All the homes combined contain seven bedrooms, six bathrooms, and 7,750 square feet of livable space. There are also landscaped gardens, a lily pond, and a stone bridge.
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The compound was previously owned by Henry Hudson Kitson, an English sculptor, and the oldest of the buildings dates back to the 1750s.
So if fairy tale living is your thing, Massachusetts may be calling your name. The estate is on the market for $2.19 million, which seems pretty reasonable for a fantasy compound.via ]