The Minnewoc Mansion on the shores of Oconomowoc Lake has been listed for $10.5 million, making it the most expensive home ever put on the market in Southeastern Wisconsin. Also known as Bullen’s Castle after its builder George Bullen, the mansion is a near replica of Anne Boleyn’s Hever Castle in England.
The Loewen windows and doors installed in the mansion were done by Richards Building Supply Co. from two years ago. The property boasts of a 16,000-square foot living area, six full bathrooms, four half-baths, two laundry rooms, a regular and catering kitchen, a library, bar, game room and theater. It also has a walled garden, water tower, gazebo and three-bedroom guest quarters.
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