Spanish exterior, medieval interior

by Emily Marek

On the exterior, this 11,000-square-foot estate may seem like your typical desert mansion — but step inside and you’ll see why it’s called the “Castle of Ancala.”

From its grand, limestone foyer to the hand-painted ceiling masterpiece, this property in Scottsdale’s Ancala Country Club is reminiscent of a medieval fortress, straight out of a storybook.

In addition to seven bedrooms and 11 bathrooms, this sprawling home includes a private movie theater, billiards room, wine cellar, fitness center and seven-car garage, all overlooking Phoenix Valley and Camelback Mountain.

It’s currently listed for $5.75 million with Emily Duarte of Keller Williams Realty Phoenix overseeing the sale.

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