Le Manoir aux Quat Saisons (House of Four Seasons) is easily one of the most famous homes in Tulsa. Inspired by the owner's passion for 17th Century French art and architecture, construction of the home took 8 years and required the input of countless craftsman, artisans and artifact purveyors to create a structure that's as close to authentic as one could hope.
Although built as a private residence, the sellers never lived in the home but have hosted or loaned it out for parties and fundraisers. Its elegance is stunning and each ceiling, floor and wall tells a story. Period-correct finishes such as marble fireplaces and chandeliers are found throughout, and where authentic materials could not be procured, excellent replicas were created.
The estate's 19 rooms were designed for lavish entertaining and luxury living. But it's an easy stretch of the imagination to visualize the space used in other ways that take advantage of its residential or entertainment offerings.
The home's affixed amenities such as priceless fireplaces, chandeliers, draperies and custom-designed carpeting will convey with the real estate. The buyer will have the option to purchase other furnishings directly from the seller at the conclusion of the auction.