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Westminster Castle (aka “The Pillar of Fire”), Colorado is a late 19th century, red sandstone building constructed to house a Presbyterian University (Westminster University). With a 175ft tower at its main entrance, the Romanesque style property resembles a unique chateau.
Completed in 1893 but not opened until 1908, Westminster Castle is on the National Register of Historic Places and is part of the Belleview Christian School campus. Whilst not one of the main teaching buildings, the castle is still used by the school and features on the school's website.
3455 W 83rd Ave, Westminster,
Colorado 80031, United States
The Grand Castle Apartments, Grandville, Michigan – a spectacular, castle-like structure housing 522 apartments.
Holyoke Armory Castle, Holyoke, Massachusetts was constructed at the start of the 20th century. 159-163 Sargeant St, Holyoke
Storybrook Hollow Castle is a stone, castle-like property in Cairo, New York. Home to a creative workshop and also able […]
Castle Gould, Sands Point Preserve Conservancy, New York is a 100,000 sq ft limestone castle built in 1904.