This beautiful custom masterpiece home was inspired by Ashford Castle in Ireland. The residence sits on three lots and 350 feet of Shoreline. It was built of custom hammered stone in English Ashlar pattern and 100-year-old Carthage marble that came from a home that was razed to make room for the Kemper Museum. Architectural details consist of 18-foot ceilings, hand-scraped oak floors, original stained glass, mid-19th-century hand-carved fireplace mantle, round dining room with 200-year-old hand-sculpted fireplace mantle and custom mural. In addition, the mansion accounts an elevator that access all floors.