A spectacular home priced at $6.5 million that has been on the market for a little more than two months is currently the most expensive home available in Indianapolis.
The estate at 1425 Castania Way on Indianapolis' northwest side was built by former Eli Lilly executive Gus Watanabe and his wife, Peggy. Gus died in 2009.
The home is 16,646 square feet and sits on nearly eight acres of property.
According to its real estate listing on Sotheby's, the home has 18 rooms in an open floor plan.
The listing says the home has a "breathtaking gourmet kitchen with gleaming granite countertops."
The home also has a two-story fireplace …
… and a large master suite with its own fireplace.
The home has a large wine cellar and a private elevator.
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