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Finish this sentence…”If I won the lottery I would…(insert proclamation here)”. Was purchasing a big house your answer? If so, we have a whopper for you. Let’s take a peak at the most expensive home in Indianapolis that is currently for sale.

The home built in 2010 boasts 4 bedrooms and 8 baths with 9,782 square feet. Located at 5870 Sunset Lane in Indianapolis, the European-inspired dwelling is on one of Indy’s most prestigious and private drives. Built by RJ Klein, the home features a landscaped formal garden and an equally impressive interior.

home with a for sale sign in front

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Inside the sprawling estate,  you’ll find classical, timeless design accented by extensive molding and woodwork.

If the sky is the limit with your budget, you might consider the 12′ ceilings, wood floors throughout and a great room with French doors that lead to a bluestone terrace. The home offers a refuge in the library and a banquet sized dining room punctuated with a marble fireplace. The screened porch takes full advantage of the properties garden views.

Do you like to entertain? This residence might be the place for you. The home features a gourmet kitchen with upscale appliances, a butler’s pantry and 2 wet bars. All of the cabinetry in the home is Amish-hand crafted. Also, the spot offers plenty to keep you engaged with your investment like a lower level with a billiards room, a media room, a fitness room and loads of storage.

The master bedroom is completed by a retreat area and sitting room. The four car garage can house all of your newly purchased cars and toys too. HOA fees come to $810 per month or $2448 quarterly.

Although, we’re in fantasy land with your lottery winnings, here’s a look at your monthly mortgage payment. The home is listed for $4,100,000.00. This breaks down to a monthly outlay of $22,936.

The mansion has been on the market for 333 days and is listed by Bif Ward at F.C. Tucker Company. To tour the complete home and view incomparable scenery scroll through the pictures and imagine how the other half live.

Lastly, here’s a side question for the future owner…can we be friends?