Ever felt like living like a member of a dynasty? This Florida property, originally christened by a member of the Carnegie family, can give you that feeling for just $US5 million, according to the Wall Street Journal.
According to the listing, the home was built for the nephew of steel industry tycoon Andrew Carnegie in 1924.
The four-bedroom river-front mansion sits on 22 acres, boasts 22 foot ceilings, a billiard room, ice cream parlor and its own private dock.
This historic home is listed with Deb Duvall of Water Pointe Realty.