Richthofen Castle is a unique architectural gem in the Montclair neighborhood of Denver, Colorado. Covering nearly 15,000 sq ft, the substantial stone property is complimented by a much smaller gate house with porte-cochère.
Externally, the castle displays a mix of architectural styles – its design having been influenced by castles in Eastern Europe and with a Tudor-style facade added in the early 20th century. The property's castle-esque qualities are enhanced by a large stone tower on its front elevation. Internally, intricate woodwork, parquet floors and leaded glass windows create an ambience of regal splendour. The property has been described as haunted by locals – with reported sightings of ghosts in the tower and other unexplained occurrences.
Used as a private residence by the Jesperson family (the owners since 2012), Richthofen Castle is not open to the public however the family have created a website with a wealth of information and photos for those interested in finding out more about this fascinating castle. Please respect the privacy of the owners.
Richthofen Castle is a private residence. Please respect the privacy of the owners.
Richthofen Castle, 7020 E 12th Ave, Denver, Colorado
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