I'm not sure that while I was growing up and going to elementary school in a huge multi-story brick building, if I ever thought to myself, "I sure wish I could LIVE here someday!" But then again the school I went to didn't look anything like this amazing home for sale near Nevada, Iowa.

Built in 1923, the home for sale used to be the Milford School. The Ames Tribune reports that the fully renovated home sits on three acres of land just north of Ames. Once a school that held hundreds of students, the building is now known as the 'Prairie Castle.' The listing from Iowa Realty states that the fully renovated all-brick building features 360-degree views of the Iowa landscape. You want living space? How about 22,000 square feet with an additional 5,800 square feet of shop space? Plus, you can enjoy four bedrooms, five bathrooms, two full kitchens, and three morning kitchens!

Iowa Realty also states that the home features new lighting, fireplaces, and appliances. The home even has a three-stop elevator for easy access to all your new rooms! Not bad for a building that is 100 years old this year!

So what is the asking price for a former school turned into a 'Prairie Castle?' Iowa Realty lists the property for sale at $1.75 million. For that amount of money, I wonder if I can get the cafeteria to serve square pizza?

Iowa Architectural Masterpiece Was Built in 1906

Take a look inside this amazing home with 4 bedrooms and 3.5 baths, in Estherville, Iowa. The list price of the 4,484-square-foot home is $515,000. The listing agent is Janie Eick of RE/MAX Lakes Realty.

Majestic 133-Year-Old Iowa Home Built by Father of Famous Author [PHOTOS]

This home at 900 West 3rd Street in Dubuque was built in 1890. The 5,000+ square-foot house has 5 bedrooms. It was built for Lester C. Bissell, one of the original board members of what would become the Dubuque Chamber of Commerce.

Lester's grandson, Richard Bissell, lived in the home beginning in 1975. His 1953 novel '7 1/2 Cents' would eventually become 'The Pajama Game', a Broadway musical that won the Tony Award for Best Musical in 1955. A movie of the same name, featuring Doris Day, would be released in 1957.

The Bissell Family owned the home from 1890 until 1977 when it was purchased by the Mozena family, which still owns it today.

Angela Mozena of Mozena Realty Group is the realtor for the property, which is listed at $895,000.

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