I really enjoy old houses...I like seeing the style of them, the workmanship, the history.
I like imagining the lives of those who lived there, the oddities of the house, and the mystery of the unknown about such a place and its architecture.
This is one of those places.
It was built in 1907 and the stones were cut by hand. It took 2 years to complete the house.
The castle was originally built as a family home, but eventually was used for other purposes.
It was modeled after the style of a French castle, from what I could find.
I'm not sure if there is actually a door to this balcony or not. It would be nice to be out there on the second floor to see the view.
The rounded rooms are appealing because they are so unusual, and I can imagine what it may be like inside such a room.
I also wonder if it would have been difficult to arrange or rearrange such a room with those round walls.
I suspect you wouldn't be able to change the furniture arrangement much.
Yes, there are some lights up there by the battlement.
Can you imagine being inside such a place and looking out? Very interesting.
I loved the great reflection in this window...
All in all, a very beautiful castle. I'm so glad you stopped by to look at it with me. Do you enjoy old houses also? I'd love to hear about it in the comments. I think they are quite intriguing.
If you are interested in old houses, you may also enjoy this post:
A Beautiful Old Italianate House
Thank you for visiting... and I hope you have a great week!
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