An 18-acre estate for sale in Charlestown Township was featured as the Wall Street Journal's "House of the Day" Wednesday. Tutto Sorrisi, Italian for "All Smiles," is 19,000 square feet of luxury that was constructed in 1990 and tripled in size a decade later.
According to the captions accompanying the 18-photo slide show, the home boasts a wine cellar, two-story media room and second house on the property. The Wall Street Journal spoke with the current owners, Thomas and Cynthia McClure:
'Until the market corrects itself, I am what you call asset rich and cash poor,' said Mr. McClure of the reason he's decided to put the home up for sale.
The home is listed through Long and Foster. According to the real estate company's website:
Interior features include a gourmet chef~~~s kitchen, 2-story media/entertainment rm, library, 6 wood-burning French limestone fireplaces, 500 bottle wine cellar/winery, gym w/ sauna & steam bath, commercial grade bar w/ seating for 10, game rm, LL 2nd kitchen and more. All bedrooms have en suite baths & private balconies. Exterior features include an 80-ft ~~~L~~~ shaped pool w/ waterfall, full outdoor kitchen & barbeque, bridge entrance over reflecting pool, pond, fountains, 6 garage bays (3 attached, 3 in separate carriage), gated front entrance w/ mature landscaping.
View the full slide show at the Wall Street Journal.