Dromborg Castle (The Dromborg) is a landmark stone residence in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Set in the heart of the Ozark Mountains, the castle was reportedly built with 4,000 tons of rock. Covering 12,000 sq ft and set on 40 acres, the castle offers spectacular, sweeping views from its observation deck.
Dromborg Castle is a private residence.
Searles Castle, Great Barrington, Massachusetts is a chateau-esque stone mansion built in the late 19th century.
The Castle at Maryvale (also Wickcliffe Castle) in Lutherville, Maryland is a wedding venue which principally serves as part of […]
Castle San Miguel, Hanceville, Alabama is an impressive medieval style castle housing the gift shop for the Shrine of the […]
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