1928 Spanish Revival – New Castle, IN

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New Castle, IN 47362

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  • 5 Bed
  • 2 full, 4 half Bath
  • 7147 Sq Ft
  • 2.9 Ac.
Enter the home into the beautiful atrium featuring water fountain and serves as a central access point to the different areas of the home. The great room is nothing less than stunning and features cathedral ceilings, impressive fireplace, and intricate built-ins. Upstairs, the master bedroom features two sets of double doors that open to the balcony, an attached mirror room/custom walk in closet, and attached bathroom. On this floor you will also find four additional bedrooms with custom touches, a full bathroom, and a half bathroom. In the basement is a family room with gas fireplace, a recreational room, a built-in safe, a wine cellar, and storage room with access door to the back yard.
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Cara Taylor, F.C. Tucker/Crossroads Real Estate
(765) 521-9464
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25 Comments on 1928 Spanish Revival – New Castle, IN

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  1. Wendy H. says: 10 comments

    I want to cook dinner in that kitchen and I want to eat dinner in that atrium, and then I want to take a bath in that bathtub.

  2. Scully63 says: 46 comments

    Cool house. Is that last room a safe. That would be a huge attraction for me.

  3. jeklstudiojeklstudio says: 1053 comments
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    1947 Ranch
    OR

    Fantastic tiled bathrooms! And I particularly like the dining room.

  4. jeff myers says: 134 comments

    Holy guacamole! This home would be somewhere between 10 and 20 times this price where I’m from! Truly a perfect time capsule, using only the best materials.

  5. Nik Mills says: 35 comments

    I would get the fountain running first thing. That atrium is wonderful.
    The curved path in the foreground of the first image looks like it leads to an underground entrance. I bet there’s surprises to be found in this house. The architect had a good time with this one.

    • Qabbott says: 28 comments

      Could be the entrance for coal delivery. I have seen that feature on some of the Newport, Rhode Island Mansions. You would need a steady supply of coal to heat that house in Indiana!

  6. BelBel says: 13 comments
    1970 contemporary
    KY

    Beautiful house. Tons of neighbors but they are super quiet.

  7. Judith Lynch says: 8 comments

    Totally my favorite house!! I wish there were more pictures of the atrium. I lived in South America and one thing I loved was the patios that most houses had; open to the air but inside of the house…there weren’t usually doors so you would have things flying into the house sometimes…birds, bats, etc. I would love to have that again!

  8. Dena says: 2 comments

    Neighbors would be quiet. It sits right next to a cemetary.

  9. Cathy F.Cathy F. says: 2298 comments
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    1920 Colonial Revival
    Upstate/Central, NY

    Wow, a whole lotta house for the money! With very quiet neighbors on one of the long sides of the property. Love the lavender & green tiled bathroom. And those huge, tall, leaded windows. The courtyard of this house reminds me a tiny bit of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston…

  10. StevenFStevenF says: 785 comments
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    1969 Regency
    Nashville, TN

    This is one of my all time favorites. The price is amazing and I love the location next to a graveyard. The courtyard has a glass ceiling which means it might get pretty hot in summer and cold in winter, but would be worth it for that living room, dining room, kitchen and bathrooms. Great price too.

  11. LisaNLisaN says: 71 comments
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    1845 Greek Revival
    Ithaca, NY

    A hall of mirrors do I see?

  12. JimHJimH says: 5387 comments
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    The home of Macy Orville Teetor Sr. (1898-1978), an automotive engineer and executive, who lived here with his family for about 20 years. His father was the founder of Perfect Circle, a leading manufacturer of piston rings, and Macy worked for the company his entire career. Teetor was also a noted amateur musician and composer, and he had a custom Wurlitzer organ installed at the house. He retired in his 40’s and moved to New Orleans, where he led an active social life.

    This is a fantastic house, and I wish I could have identified the architect. You could almost pretend you were in California if not for the heating costs.

  13. Kathy says: 9 comments

    Love all the tiles. If I lived there, I’d feel like I was on vacation every day.

  14. Gina Hill says: 63 comments

    Wow. What an unbelievably unique house!

  15. Calvin says: 9 comments

    Incredible house but where’s Norma Desmond?

  16. realdaddrealdadd says: 34 comments
    second empire frankfort, NY

    Most beautiful thing i ever seen for 350k, just UNBELIEVABLE!

  17. CeylaClaire says: 274 comments

    Very cool! Unexpected in an area that gets snow.

  18. Ernie says: 325 comments

    Oh Hey, I would be neighbors with my granddad who died when he was 38 (South Mound Cemetery Legion Hill Lot 77, Sp. 5, Grave 6564) And I believe his mother is also buried there….not sure. My dad was born & raised in New Castle.

  19. Eric says: 381 comments

    Totally cool house but shouldn’t it have been built in a much warmer climate than Indiana?

  20. KarenZKarenZ says: 1169 comments
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    I love that the house had that atrium to get them through those cold winters! They could at least PRETEND that there wasn’t snow and cold!

  21. Roz Brown says: 6 comments

    Anybody notice the 22 Major Arcana Tarot images in the kitchen tiles?

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