Have you ever ever dreamed of dwelling in a citadel, particularly one with fashionable facilities?
The Pointe home, which sits on a small peninsula on the Missouri River close to Herman, Nebraska, may very well be yours for $2.eight million.
Due to its tower, it’s sometimes called “the citadel,” particularly by boaters.
“I don’t suppose there may be one other residential property like this within the Omaha space,’’ says Michael Maley, the itemizing agent.
The three-story house has an open-space industrial design with three bedrooms, 4 loos, two fireplaces and a four-car storage. It sits on 42 acres that embrace two small homes, as soon as utilized by visitors and a groundskeeper.
A large deck overlooks the river.
Proprietor Richard Hunt, chairman of HCI Holdings Inc., stated it was constructed as a weekend retreat.
“We determined we preferred it a lot we simply lived there,’’ he stated. “It’s a beautiful house.’’
Co-listing agent Dave Coover calls it an engineering marvel. Hunt, he stated, used his engineering background to design a getaway house that in 2002, when it was begun, was forward of its time.
The construction makes use of geothermal heating and cooling expertise and has triple-pane home windows. A hearth within the nice room can warmth all the home, which has structural insulated panels a number of inches thick.