Iron Hill Castle (also known as Castle Declue), St Clair, Missouri is a private residence with castle-like features. Built in the 1950s, the castle features a perimeter wall with crenellations, a small tower and some arrow-slit style windows.
The castle fell in to disrepair but was subsequently acquired by a company in 2015 with the intention of restoring the property to its original condition. A Facebook page entitled Saving Iron Hill Castle was set up and further information is available there.
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