Hazard Castle, Narragansett, Rhode Island is a Neo-gothic landmark, now home to Middlebridge School. Built in the 1800s by Joseph Peace Hazard, one of the early Rhode Island settlers, the castle is a substantial stone building with a parciularly notable tower, several stories in height, with a crenellated roof.
The castle was offered for sale through Christies International Real Estate in 2011 and purchased by Middlebridge School in 2012.
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333 Ocean Rd, Narragansett, RI
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