Report: Medieval Hamptons Home Fit For a King

Musician Ivan Wilzig puts the finishing touches on his Water Mill 'Castle.'

Musician and banking heir Ivan Wilzig, also known as Sir Ivan, Peaceman and Mr. Mitzvah, has added another piece to his Water Mill Castle: a dragon goddess statue that captures the estate's medieval theme, The New York Post reports.

At the center of the 15,000 square-foot mansion's pool lies a half nude dragon goddess created specially for the property, accompanied by two fire pits that shoot flames into the air.

The dragon goddess is the latest addition to the nine-bedroom home, which includes a just-for-show drawbridge, a moat, and a "dungeon" filled with stuffed bunnies. Gargoyles and griffins are situated all across the property.

Wilzig, perhaps best known for his techno remixes of classic pop songs, purchased the 5-acre property in 1995 and has spent the past 16 years turning it into a modernized medieval castle.

The Peaceman also installed a dance floor and game room and country-themed bedrooms to give any guest a unique experience.

Wilzig hosts many parties, and this weekend will throw a birthday celebration for Prudential Douglas Elliman broker Oren Alexander and his twin brother, Alon.

Read the full article at NYPost.com


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