A grand, newly constructed French chateau-style mansion in the Green Bay, Wisconsin, suburb of Oneida will be sold at an on-site, no-reserve auction on Feb. 8.
The home, which by design still needs finishing touches, and its nearly three-acre wooded property were initially put on the market in the middle of 2019 and were relisted on Jan. 7 for $6.95 million by Brooke Kwaterski of Keller Williams Home Team. Florida-based Elite Auctions is handling the sale.
The estate, in a secluded setting that’s 10 minutes from the Lambeau Field sports stadium, home of the Green Bay Packers, includes a three-level, 22,590-square-foot main house with seven bedrooms, eight full baths and three half baths, two attached garages that have parking for eight vehicles and a sport court that can be used for basketball, volleyball, dancing or even golf.
“It’s the most spectacular property in the Green Bay area,” said Tara McLean, president of Elite Auctions, adding that the house has never been lived in. “It looks like a castle. Because it’s still under construction, it’s a great opportunity for the new owner to add a personal touch.”
The turreted house, which is clad in cultured stone from Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, was designed by Wisconsin architect Jim LaPlant for the previous owner, a developer who, according to property records, bought it in 2011 for $2.872 million and was building it as his own private estate.
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