Image: (c) Redstone Castle
Redstone Castle is an iconic mansion in Redstone, Colorado. Built in 1902, for one of America's wealthiest men – John Cleveland Osgood – the castle has played host to many influential figures over the years including John D. Rockefeller and Teddy Roosevelt.
Originally known as Cleveholm Manor but also as Osgood Castle, the property was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1971. The castle has been well kept over the years (including a recent restoration project) and is a fascinating glimpse in to another era.
Purchased in April 2022 by successful hotelier Stephane De Baets for his Elevated Returns investment company, the castle is being turned in to a high-end, hideaway wellness retreat.
Private and Group Tours of Redstone Castle are Currently Available Via Their Website (link below).
58 Redstone Boulevard Redstone, CO, 81623
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