Schwarz Castle is a late 19th century brick castle now serving as the community center of the Castle Park district of the Laketown Township, Holland, Michigan.
Originally named after its creator Michael Schwarz, a German immigrant and successful businessman, The Castle (as it is generally now known) sits in an established, parkland setting and remains in very good condition (as seen in the Streetview image above).
Schwarz Castle is not open to the public.
The Castle, Bryant Street, Holland, Michigan
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