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Just warning you: You’re going to want to buy this home. Located in St. Croix in the U.S. Virgin Islands, the Caribbean castle was designed by Bulgarian Contessa Nadia Farber. It has a 360-degree views of St. Croix and Buck Island. The countess shared the Moorish-style castle with her husband, Sid Farber and the couple only stayed in it four months out of the year when she wasn’t in Long Island, New York.
The home has six bedrooms, six bathrooms, and was the priciest property in the U.S. Virgin Islands when it hit the market for $15 million in 2016. You can now get it for a mere $12.8 million. The castle sits on 102 acres of property on a mountain, and features oversized windows, tiered patios, a pool, a separate three-bedroom cottage for visitors and three acres of beachfront and a half-acre marina site. Check it out in the video below.Read the full story at Travel + Leisure