Architect Charles Sieger's Castle House

August 28, 2012

You might think of how some architect's houses are like, and here is a great example. Charles Sieger a world known architect, built this castle like mansion in 2007. Costing him $10.9 million to build, this really reflects his architecture style. The house was built with perfect symmetry in mind. Located in Miami this mansion is said to be 10,124 square feet of living space, and 13.7 acres. As you can tell from the images this house is surrounded by a mass of water. A river is found laying along the side of the property adding peace and harmony. If I had $10.9 million to spend on a custom house I would chose a location close to real nature, not man-made nature. I would rather like a beach house or a house on the mountains. This house is still eye-opening and spectacular!

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