The Castle on Stagecoach, Arkansas is a fairy tale castle set on 100 acres in Little Rock. The Castle hosts weddings, events, parties and wonderful Princess Tea Parties.
'The Castle on Stagecoach — nestled in the Heart of Little Rock, this 100 acre estate combines American and European Heritages in a Fairy Tale setting. American Belgian and English Shire Draft Horses adorn the pastures in a majestic setting. The turrets and towers will take your breath away. From farm settings to a royal event, there is something magical and mysterious here. The grounds include barns, stables, ponds and manicured grounds. Come in to take a tour today.
Completed around 1935, the Castle House, as most people call it, was designed by Little Rock architect Ed Brueggeman for Dr. Clarence W. Koch and his wife, Marie. Clarence and Marie Koch didn’t live here very long. They sold the house in 1941 as the result of a divorce. The house was occupied by a handful of families between 1941 and 1963, when it was purchased by John and Eugenie Rognrud, Walter’s 2 parents. The house has been owned by the Rognrud family for 53 years. It now serves as a private residence and wedding and event venue.'
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