Gaillardia Grandeur. The chance to own a proper estate, which could double as a fine art museum on nearly an acre of lushly landscaped land minutes from everything, comes once in a lifetime. Its 19th century French hand-carved oak front door transports you into a home resplendent with 19th century stained-glass, heavy plaster crown moldings, ceiling medallions and chandeliers. European and American architectural antiques incorporated perfectly, including walnut newel post and balusters on the grand stairs. Sculptural overmantel anchors the living room. Juliet balconies charm from above. Lutron lighting. Seven HVAC units. Kitchen: alder wood cabinets, Wolf and Sub-Zero. The dens heavily coffered ceiling and corbels complement the carved fireplace surround. Primary suite wing: sitting room with 14-16 ceilings, safe room, workout room, his and hers walk-ins and baths. Five more beds, four with en suites. Outdoor kitchen and living; heated 12-person Jacuzzi. Its truly perfect.