The Stuart Castle, Missouri is a private castellated residence in Eureka.
As reported by ABC News in 2012, the castle was purchased for €395,000 by a young couple from the area.
Stuart Castle was originally built by Wallace Stuart, a dermatologist. Constructed as a show of love to his wife Joan, the castle was inhabited by the family for a number of years but subsequently fell in to disrepair and was vandalized.
PLEASE NOTE THIS IS A PRIVATE RESIDENCE.
Please note that Stuart Castle is a private residence and thus the location here is approximate.
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