One of the most iconic homes in Dearborn is up for grabs for about $1.4 million. The Kingsbury Castle will make you feel like a king or queen. Sadly, however, there is not a moat.

In the Family for 48 Years

James Marusak grew up in the home, arguably the most historic in Dearborn. Marusak tells WJBK-TV that his parents both the home when he was just 4 years old. After building a lifetime of memories, James' father has passed away and his mom has moved out of the home. He says it's time for a new family to call the castle home.

Marusak tells the TV station that many of the home's features and characteristics are original.

"The character of the home," he said. "You know, even the lighting fixtures - this is all original, this is all 1927. We kept all of that."

Red, Red, and More Red

C'mon, what color would you expect to see in a bonafide castle? From the rich, red carpet to the red pillows, tablecloths, and window coverings, this 8,200-square-foot home is beautifully decorated beautifully and move-in ready for any would-be king and/or queen.

There's even a red bench in the regal main bathroom - which is complete with elegant black fixtures.

And There's More

The lavish home was built in the late 1920s by real estate developer Edith Mae Cummings. There are eight bedrooms, five bathrooms, and plenty of extras.

We've included pictures of the finished basement, complete with a full bar area for entertaining.

The listing is being handled by Ali T. Charara of Century 21 Curran and OOberski.

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