Western New York is a pretty underrated area of the country for real estate and architecture. It's not overly expensive but the history of some of these buildings is awesome and there's a home for sale in Elma that definitely is beautiful.

Listed at $3 million on Zillow, this home in Elma features over 8,500-square-feet in total space and five bedrooms, along with five bathrooms.

My favorite part is just how elegant the home looks from the exterior. It really does look as if a Hollywood movie could be filmed here, and hey, with Hollywood movies being filmed here more often in recent years, perhaps it will be one day!

The kitchen is gigantic and the home has a wet bar as well. Then you have the upstairs library, which is easily one of the most prominent features of the home. It also has a spiral staircase leading up to it. If you're a big-time reader, then you would probably spend hours here alone.

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This place also has fireplaces, a workout area, and tons of office space. It looks way too big for just two people, but you would probably feel like the king of a castle if you lived here.

I can't afford this home but as always, it never hurts to dream! Check out some of the photos, courtesy of Zillow.

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