Architect Charles Sieger's absolutely bonkers castle, in the middle of its own island out in the land-locked Redlands is on the market for $10.9 million.
This after it was listed, and failed to find a buyer, a year ago, for the same price. The house, which looks nothing like the glassy white condo towers he is known for as one half of the architecture firm Sieger Suarez, is painstakingly symmetrical, medieval but oddly modern, and supremely weird. The house is 10,100 square feet, has eight bedrooms and eight baths, two gazebos jutting far out to either side of the lagoon/moat (One for dining and one for sleeping), and is called Chateau Artisan, perhaps suggesting the artistry of architecture, or its architect owner, or something. Anyways, he's selling it again. Maybe he'll move to a condo.
· Castle with a moat in the Redlands selling for $10.9 million [Miami New Times]
· 25791 SW 167th Avenue [StreetEasy]
· Sieger Suarez coverage [Curbed Miami]
· Inside Miami's Utterly Bonkers Water Fortress [Curbed National]