An 11,725 square-foot historic home built in 1910 in Fort Worth, Texas is now up for sale with an asking price of $7,950,000. The massive abode was commissioned by banker Earl Baldridge and his wife Florence in the early 1900s to stand as an impressive show of weath and fine taste.
As you drive up to the Baldridge House, you’re greeted by a facade with Texas limestone columns and what Realtor.com calls “an understated, yet ornate fountain,” and from there, the property only gets better.
Imagine owning a home with a historical landmarker!
Take a look at this amazing ceiling.
This home has three living spaces that pair classic style with modern updates.
Hope you like wine!
Since Baldridge was a banker, he had a vault installed in his home. You can see the old door in this photo.
Check out this other unusual and beautiful ceiling.
The Baldridge House has six bathrooms and six bedrooms.
And, of course, a sophisticated bar.
Visitors should always rememebr to look up to take in the stunning ceilings.
Naturally, there’s a cool, welcoming swimming pool.
And space for 11 cars!
If you want to see more photos of the amazing estate, including a virtual tour, check out the listing here.