Five-Time MLB All-Star Todd Helton Seeking $5.5M for Knoxville Estate

Five-Time MLB All-Star Todd Helton Seeking $5.5M for Knoxville Estate

Published: November 24, 2023 | By: American Luxury Staff

A palace fit for royalty arises along the rippling waters of Fort Loudoun Lake. The stone-hewn manor was once home to Sir Todd of Helton, storied knight of the emerald diamond and champion of the purple mountain realm.

Through vaulted halls lined with trophies from faraway conquests, one finds a kitchen built for feasting kings, with island, hearth, and pantry plenteous. Up the curving stair, underneath beams of oak, lie chambers for rest and halls for society’s jest. The master chamber, fit for a lord and lady, contains riches like the balcony vista, soaring ceilings, and bathing hall with vessels for ablutions.

Outside, a pool for merriment, guest cottages for visitors, and the crowning dock where grills sizzle and drinks flow ‘neath the amber glow of eventide. After countless campaigns with purple banner unfurled, the storied swinger of lumber retired to this lakefront keep.

Though absent from the emerald fields of glory, Sir Todd remains tied to the purple mountain realm as counselor. Thus this castle, once home to baseball royalty, now lists for five and a half million gold pieces. May its beauty inspire quests and legends for years to come.

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