This designer-restored home is a landmark in affluent Southampton, with its distinctive ivy-covered turret. Locals call it “the castle.”
The sellers of this home decided they wanted a castle built into the mountainside in rural East Tennessee.
A copper brewing kettle isn’t out of place in this home.
After seeing an Alfred Hitchcock movie, German-born Guenter Foerster was inspired to build his own private chateau.
Natalie Glosman designed this majestic home to display her vast collection of antique furniture.
With the hit HBO show kicking off its fourth season, now is the perfect time to dream about a Red Keep of your own.
Many children dream about living in the grand castles they read about in storybooks. John Lavender made his son’s dream come true in Bolton Landing, NY, though the project wasn’t finished overnight.
Craigmuir Castle, in Wenatchee, WA, is now for sale for $2,980,000.
This unusual home was built in 1935 by the reclusive Bouck White, a potter and Socialist activist.
Castles don’t just live in your sandbox. Fortified mansions — yes, the kind with turrets, drawbridges and more — are hitting the market for under $1 million and up. If you thought American castles didn’t exist, check out these homes for sale.
The stone castle in the middle of a forest clearing looks like something out of the pages of Grimm’s Fairy Tales.
Graystone Manor was bought in 1971 by Disney theme park designer Robert F. McDonnell, who made the place into his own personal Magic Kingdom.
Norumbega Castle in Maine honors a fabled city from the 15th century.
With a stone tower and curved windows, this castle home looks straight out of the Middle Ages.
If you think castles only exist in Europe, think again.