Hearthstone Castle, Connecticut (also known as Park's Castle and, previously, Sanford Castle & Buck's Castle) is a dilapidated castle in Tarrywile Park, Danbury.
Built at the end of the 19th century as a honeymoon 'cottage' the castle changed hands a number of times before falling in to disrepair and is now fenced off due to its poor condition.
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Hearthstone Castle is located in Tarrywile Park, Danbury, Connecticut
18 Brushy Hill Rd, Danbury, CT 06810
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