A home on Long Island with architecture reminiscent of Disneyland’s Main Street — all the way across the country in California — has hit the market for $4.75 million.
Located on the North Folk, the residence is designed in the Victorian style and boasts pastel colors throughout.
Whimsical features include an indoor pool with a waterpark slide, a hot tub and eccentric-painted bedrooms.
Made up of seven ensuite bedrooms and 10 baths, the home stands on 8.9 acres.
One cool detail is the fireplace on the wraparound porch to stay warm while entertaining alfresco during those crisp-air months.
The home has long belonged to the Dufton family, which built this “dream” home from scratch in 2005.
Occupying over 10,400 square feet, the family had no reason of selling, but three out of their five children formed a modern country band, known as Audawind, in which the trio write and produce their own music.
They have been going back and forth from North Fork to Nashville — and now are going to be moving there fulltime, with the parents following suit.
Known as the Big Blue House, on the picturesque New Suffolk Avenue, the home also features a spacious kitchen, multiple indoor fireplaces and several rooms for “relaxing and entertaining guests,” the listing notes.
The home even offers deeded rights to a sandy beach across the street.
The listing also notes how any prospective buyers can make commercial use of the home by turning it into a “Bed and Breakfast venture.”
“Fish on West Creek, clamming, kayaking and several marinas nearby,” the listing says. “Nature at its best combined with endless amenities, make this a sanctuary that you will never want to leave.”
Sheri Winter Parker with Corcoran holds the listing.