PHOTOS: See Inside Walt Disney’s Mansion, Now Available for Lease

The family home of Walt and Lillian Disney, where they raised their two children, is currently available for lease.

The listing, which can be viewed here, is held by Chase Campen at Compass. Those wishing to reside in the storybook mansion once lived in by Walt and family can do so for $40,000 per month. The home features four-bedrooms, five-bathrooms, and has a total of 6,400-square-feet of gorgeous living space.

As shared by People, Walt Disney and his family spent many years in the home, from 1932 until 1950. “The house looks straight out of one of his animated classics and the architecture and fine details of the house are said to have inspired some of his most beloved characters, including Snow White, Mary Poppins and Winnie the Pooh.”

People shares the timeline for the construction of the home, stating that “Walt had the house custom-built after finding out that his wife was pregnant with their first child. Though the home was completed in 1932, they sadly lost the baby. They later welcomed two children: Diane Marie was born in 1933, and they adopted their daughter, Sharon Mae in 1936.”

In recent years the home has been used for filming, and is occasionally open to guests for special occasions. Events held at the home are often shared on their Facebook page.

Take a look at the images of 4053 Woking Way, as shared in the listing:

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