Fisherman's Castle in Irish Bayou, New Orleans (also known as the Irish Bayou Castle) is a compact yet impressive, castle-esque residence on the water's edge of the Bayou Sauvage National Wildlife Refuge.
Although relatively small, the castle's white exterior makes it a prominent landmark in the area. The stronghold-like main tower, topped with crenellations, together with other architectural elements make the property more reminiscent of medieval times than 1980's America.
Fisherman's Castle is a private property.
As per the streetview image below, the castle can be easily seen from the road however the castle can not be accessed and is privately owned.
Please respect the owner's privacy if you drive to the castle.
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