Fairy tale castle is back on the market for $1.5M
This fairy tale castle doesn’t come with a prince but it does include a singer from “The Voice.”
Andrew Sevener, a finalist from “The Voice,” will be performing a free concert on the grounds of an iconic castle home in Kuna, Idaho.
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I’m getting married at a castle next week!! Ok well not exactly, but I do get to pretend to be a groom for an awesome event being put on by @cityoftreesrealestate at the Castle Gardens in Kuna. They’re listing this awesome space and showcasing its potential as a venue for weddings. I’ll be displaying @jhilburnco for this event and modeling as the groom for their wedding themed Open House. Excited to be a part of such a cool event. Looking forward to music by @andrew7ermusic as well! #jhilburn #thegoodstylist #personalstylist #custommade #menswear #mensfashion #mensstyle #mensclothing
The Castle Gardens is a 4,687-square-foot home siting on 5.56 acres of land. It was built in 2006 and sold for $332,500 in 2012. The cartoonish abode went back on the market this summer priced at $1.5 million.
To help the sale along, Sevener will be the highlight of an open house event that includes a taco truck, Wednesday evening, according to an event on the home’s Facebook page.
The Castle Gardens will present a mock wedding to entice event planners, complete mock bridal suite and a mock dessert table.
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