A custom-built castle in B.C.'s Okanagan region is taking "log cabin" to a whole 'nother level.
The 10,000 sq.-ft. home, located at the Big White Ski Resort southeast of Kelowna, has a hefty price tag of $9.2 million but comes with some impressive pedigree.
Pioneer Log Homes — the B.C. company featured on the HGTV reality show "Timber Kings" — crafted the mansion out of massive old-growth cedar logs, salvaged from storms, oceans, and fires, according to the Sotheby's International Realty listing.
Almost 30 logging trucks transported the centuries-old logs to Williams Lake where Pioneer is based, realtor Justin O'Connor told CBC News. The home was built there before being shipped to Big White and re-assembled.
O'Connor said the owners are selling the property because they're too busy travelling around the world to spend much time there, CBC reported.
There are only four bedrooms — but the master suite is bigger than some condos at 1,400 square feet!
A triple-faced stone fireplace, wine cellar, stone staircases with motion-sensor lighting are among the home's features, not to mention being able to ski right in and out to the mountain.
With a castle like this, who needs to go anywhere else?
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