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  • Billy Wilson

    The Searles Castle is a romantically imagined castle-style house in Great Barrington, Massachusetts. Built in the 1880s, and in the French chateau-style, it has seven stories and includes a "dungeon" basement. There are 40 rooms containing 54,246 square feet (5,039.6 m2) of floor space, as well as 36 fireplaces. 30th largest house in the USA.

  • Jacqueline Martinez

    Stunning country place...a wonderful place to entertain friends for a long weekend...catered of course. YES EN AMOUREUX ?????**+

  • Jamie Ferris

    Great Barrington, MA (Berkshires, New England)

  • Sheri McGowan

    Castles in England for Sale | Photos by Amanda Rae Busch

  • Karen Schied

    castles in America | Photos by Amanda Rae Busch

  • Ray McCoy

    An American Castle, The Berkshires, New England

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