Become king of your own CASTLE in New York as you market at home for $ 1.3 million

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A lucky person can become the king of their own castle for a cool $ 1.3 million New York home with more than 30 rooms and 360-degree views of Manhattan and the Hudson River.

The property, which has just come to market, is located in Yonkers, New York, and is called ‘The Castle of Park Hill’.

According to Realtor.com, the Victorian shingle mansion was built in 1892 as the residence of EK Martin, the president of the American real estate company that developed Park Hill.

The house has six stories, 31 rooms, nine bedrooms, 6.5 baths, eight fireplaces, and two 80-inch wrap-around porches with ‘beautiful views of the Hudson River’.

A lucky person can become the king of their own castle (pictured) for a cool $ 1.3 million New York residence with over 30 rooms and 360-degree views of Manhattan and the Hudson River

A lucky person can become the king of their own castle (pictured) for a cool $ 1.3 million New York residence with over 30 rooms and 360-degree views of Manhattan and the Hudson River

There is also a massive central tower that goes all the way to level six and includes a master bedroom and observatory with '360 ° panoramic views as far as the Manhattan skyline'

There is also a massive central tower that goes all the way to level six and includes a master bedroom and observatory with '360 ° panoramic views as far as the Manhattan skyline'

There is also a massive central tower that goes all the way to level six and includes a master bedroom and observatory with ‘360 ° panoramic views as far as the Manhattan skyline’

According to Realtor.com, the American shingle (interior) Victorian mansion was built in 1892

According to Realtor.com, the American shingle (interior) Victorian mansion was built in 1892

According to Realtor.com, the American shingle (interior) Victorian mansion was built in 1892

The house was built for EK Martin, the president of the American real estate company that developed Park Hill

The house was built for EK Martin, the president of the American real estate company that developed Park Hill

The house was built for EK Martin, the president of the American real estate company that developed Park Hill

The house has six floors, 31 rooms, nine bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms and eight fireplaces (photo)

The house has six floors, 31 rooms, nine bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms and eight fireplaces (photo)

The house has six floors, 31 rooms, nine bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms and eight fireplaces (photo)

The ground floor, which is technical level two, features four spacious rooms (one room in the photo)

The ground floor, which is technical level two, features four spacious rooms (one room in the photo)

The ground floor, which is technical level two, features four spacious rooms (one room in the photo)

The property, which has just entered the market, is located in Yonkers, New York, and is called 'The Castle of Park Hill'

The property, which has just entered the market, is located in Yonkers, New York, and is called 'The Castle of Park Hill'

The property, which has just entered the market, is located in Yonkers, New York, and is called ‘The Castle of Park Hill’

The residence is set on an acre of land, including a 'building lot at 34 Undercliff Avenue'

The residence is set on an acre of land, including a 'building lot at 34 Undercliff Avenue'

The residence is set on an acre of land, including a ‘building lot at 34 Undercliff Avenue’

It stands on an acre of land, including a ‘building lot at 34 Undercliff Avenue’. The ground floor, which is technical level two, features four spacious rooms.

On the third and fourth floors, a lucky homeowner will find a total of eight bedrooms, four bathrooms, a chapel, two central hallways, and two bonus rooms.

According to the New York Post, in the fourth-floor chapel, more than 200 masses were once held on Manhattan’s Fifth Avenue.

That was before Dr. Paluel Flagg, who founded the Catholic Medical Mission Board in 1912, had it moved and reassembled in the castle.

There is also a huge central tower that goes all the way to level six and includes a master bedroom and an observatory with ‘panoramic 360 views as far as the Manhattan skyline’.

According to Realtor.com, there is a laundry room, workshop, bedroom with full bath and kitchen on the ground floor.

The house has 6.5 bathrooms (one in the picture) on each floor

The house has 6.5 bathrooms (one in the picture) on each floor

The home features 6.5 bathrooms (one shown) on each floor

The real estate agent said the future owner of the house would have the option to remodel parts of the house, including the bathrooms and other outdated aspects

The real estate agent said the future owner of the house would have the option to remodel parts of the house, including the bathrooms and other outdated aspects

The real estate agent said the future owner of the house would have the option to remodel parts of the house, including the bathrooms and other outdated aspects

The house has several spacious rooms (one in the photo) with lots of natural light

The house has several spacious rooms (one in the photo) with lots of natural light

The house has several spacious rooms (one in the photo) with lots of natural light

The residence has a total of nine bedrooms (one in the photo) spread over six floors

The residence has a total of nine bedrooms (one in the photo) spread over six floors

The residence has a total of nine bedrooms (one in the photo) spread over six floors

The 6,000-square-foot home has been on Realtor.com for eight days

The 6,000-square-foot home has been on Realtor.com for eight days

The 6,000-square-foot home has been on Realtor.com for eight days

The property has an attic with a retractable staircase to access it, according to the listing

The property has, according to the listing, an attic with a retractable staircase to access it

The property has, according to the listing, an attic with a retractable staircase to access it

On levels three and four, a lucky homeowner can find a total of eight bedrooms, four bathrooms, a chapel (area shown), two central hallways, and two bonus rooms

On levels three and four, a lucky homeowner can find a total of eight bedrooms, four bathrooms, a chapel (area shown), two central hallways, and two bonus rooms

On levels three and four, a lucky homeowner can find a total of eight bedrooms, four bathrooms, a chapel (area shown), two central hallways, and two bonus rooms

One of the bedrooms in the houses seems to be largely round (photo)

One of the bedrooms in the houses seems to be largely round (photo)

One of the bedrooms in the houses seems to be largely round (photo)

Artworks and sculptures are on display in any of the home's more than 30 rooms

Artworks and sculptures are on display in any of the home's more than 30 rooms

Artworks and sculptures are on display in any of the home’s more than 30 rooms

Ad broker, Bryan Dale, of Exp Realty said the house does not have central air conditioning, and for the next buyer, the tiny kitchen (pictured) could be an opportunity to update any obsolete appliances and wood cabinets.

Ad broker, Bryan Dale, of Exp Realty said the house does not have central air conditioning, and for the next buyer, the tiny kitchen (pictured) could be an opportunity to update any obsolete appliances and wood cabinets.

Ad broker, Bryan Dale, of Exp Realty said the house does not have central air conditioning, and for the next buyer, the tiny kitchen (pictured) could be an opportunity to update any obsolete appliances and wood cabinets.

The house is also about 30 minutes from Grand Central.

The property was last sold in October 1983 for $ 140,000 to Carl and Colette Tiktin, an author and teacher, respectively.

According to the Post, the Tiktins along with their daughter found the house advertised in a newspaper after their old house was destroyed by a gas explosion.

The Tiktins bought the house along with Colette’s sister, Michele Shapiro, and her husband, as well as the sisters’ parents.

Ad broker, Bryan Dale, of Exp Realty told the Post that the family had restored the house to its current state.

When they initially bought it, the house was in disrepair. They have completely restored and renovated it to its original state. They’ve maintained the property ever since, ”Dale said.

Dale said the house doesn’t have central air conditioning, and for the next buyer, the small kitchen could provide an opportunity to update all the outdated appliances and wood cabinets.

The property (pictured) was last sold in October 1983 for $ 140,000 to Carl and Colette Tiktin, an author and teacher, respectively.

The property (pictured) was last sold in October 1983 for $ 140,000 to Carl and Colette Tiktin, an author and teacher, respectively.

The property (pictured) was last sold in October 1983 for $ 140,000 to Carl and Colette Tiktin, an author and teacher, respectively.

The Tiktins along with their daughter found the house (photo) advertised in a newspaper after their old house was destroyed by a gas explosion

The Tiktins along with their daughter found the house (photo) advertised in a newspaper after their old house was destroyed by a gas explosion

The Tiktins along with their daughter found the house (photo) advertised in a newspaper after their old house was destroyed by a gas explosion

The house is equipped with two 80-inch wrap-around porches (photo) with 'beautiful views of the Hudson River'

The house is equipped with two 80-inch wrap-around porches (photo) with 'beautiful views of the Hudson River'

The house is equipped with two 80-inch wrap-around porches (photo) with ‘beautiful views of the Hudson River’

The real estate agent said the Tiktin family has restored the house (porch shown) to its current state

The real estate agent said the Tiktin family has restored the house (front porch shown) to its current state

The real estate agent said the Tiktin family has restored the house (front porch shown) to its current state

The house (front porch shown) is also about 30 minutes from Grand Central, according to the listing

The house (front porch shown) is also about 30 minutes from Grand Central, according to the listing

The house (front porch shown) is also about 30 minutes from Grand Central, according to the listing