Photos: © Wilson Castle
Wilson Castle in Proctor, Vermont is a red brick, chateau-style property built in the mid 19th century. The castle has a host of interesting architectural features including turrets and parapets together with a large number of stained glass windows.
Tours of Wilson Castle are available to the public and the property also operates as a party, events and wedding venue.
From the Wilson Castle website:
“This architectural masterpiece was built in the middle of the 19th Century in the heart of the Green Mountains. The Castle stands as a monument to the heritage of the past.
The Castle has been the home of five generations of the Wilson family. It’s design is a blend of European styles. Part of the estate is presently in the Wilson Foundation, Inc., a non-profit organization, to preserve its longevity.
The facade of the Castle is set with English brick and marble, and is dominated by nineteen open proscenium arches and shadowed by a towering turret, parapet, and balcony.
The residence of the 115 acre estate has three floors spaciously divided into 32 rooms. The interior features are highlighted with 84 stained-glass windows and 13 fireplaces finished with imported tiles and bronze. The Castle’s furnishings include Far Eastern and European antiques and museum pieces, complemented by statuary, Chinese scrolls, and Oriental rugs. The various rooms with their distinctive features provide an elegant and richly gracious interior – perfect for the wedding of your dreams”.
2708 West Street, Proctor, Vermont
Vermont 05765, United States
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