Loudoun House, Lexington, Kentucky is a gothic revival style villa built in the 1850s. The property has some castle-like architectural features including the prominent, crenellated tower at the front of the property.
Loudoun House is now owned by the city of Lexington and home to the Lexington Art League whose gallery is currently open to the public from Wednesday to Saturday. Special events are also held there and gallery viewings can be arranged by appointment (see contact details for Lexington Art League below).
The Loudoun House
209 Castlewood Dr.
Lexington, Ky. 40505
Loudoun House (National Parks Service website)
Castle Gould, Sands Point Preserve Conservancy, New York is a 100,000 sq ft limestone castle built in 1904.
The Pink Castle in Flintridge, California is a prominent, castle-like residence built in 1911.
Hillcrest Museum Castle in Souris, Manitoba, Canada (previously Squire Hall) is one of Canada’s most important heritage properties.