Wisconsin’s Largest Home – Chateau du Lac











Location: 2177 Porcupine Bay Road, Ellison Bay, WI
Price: $29,000,000
Square Feet: 35,000+
House Name: Chateau du Lac

This stately mega-mansion spans over 35,000 square feet and overlooks the waters of Lake Michigan. It includes 4 bedroom suites and 7 full and 2 half baths.This treasure is surrounded by acres of forest. The estate features a main house, a guest house, a studio house, and a beach house. The main house is a work of art and features balconies that look over palatial living spaces. Included in the central wing is a formal two storey foyer with an amazing dual staircase, a grand hall that leads to the formal great room, bayside parlors, and a 14-seat Art Deco home theater that is perfect for entertaining. There is also a custom kitchen with morning room, a two-story library, a pub room, garden room with a full kitchen and bar, and last but not least, an indoor pool with spa. The master suite is over 5,000 square feet of pure luxury that includes an entrance gallery and split into 7 rooms. Also the women’s walk-in closet is 1,000 square feet. The first guest house includes 3 bedrooms and 2 baths and the second guest house includes 2 kitchens, 3 bedrooms and 2 baths. Chateau du Lac is on the market for a whopping $29,000,000 and comes fully furnished.

Click here for the listing: Chateua du Lac

2 Responses to “Wisconsin’s Largest Home – Chateau du Lac”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    Must be where Victor Newman lives!!

  2. Anonymous Says:

    they better look out for TICKS!! DAYUMM can i get some land to play in? Lol🙂

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