Stokes Castle near Austin, Nevada is the ruin of a home which resembles a fortified, stone tower. The three-story property has wonderful views in all directions.
Built by a mine developer/railroad tycoon, Stokes Castle was constructed at the end of the 19th century and was intended to be used by the builder's family as a holiday home.
After falling in to considerable disrepair, the castle was subsequently sold and then, most recently, it was placed under the care of the Austin Historical Society.
Stokes Castles is not open to visitors however it is possible to drive to the perimeter of the fenced grounds, from which it is possible to admire the castle and enjoy the breathtaking views.
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