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'Driving to Heaven'

A home in Brookville whose driveway alone cost

A home in Brookville whose driveway alone cost close to a half-million dollars is on the market in May 2015 for $7.95 million. Photo Credit: Shawn Elliott Luxury Homes

A home in Brookville with a driveway that cost close to a half-million dollars is on the market for $7.95 million.

"They paid real attention to detail from beginning to end," says listing agent John Messina of Shawn Elliott Luxury Homes & Estates.

"When you drive up to the house, it's a very long driveway, and it's a gradual approach, and it's like you're driving to heaven," Messina says. "You wonder what can be inside, and then it gets better."

Inside, there's a two-story entrance facing a bridal staircase with iron scrollwork.

The home was designed by architect Gary Gallagher of Gallagher, Homburger & Gonzalez. It has six bedrooms, six bathrooms and two half-bathrooms.

There's a balcony off the master bedroom, custom cabinetry in the kitchen and windows imported from Germany, Messina says.

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