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  • carter rothecker

    Ca c'est le chateau de Lord Dunlevy aussi nommer la gasparine. Cette chateau etait donner a Lord Cartwright.

  • David Crochet

    Stunning country place...a wonderful place to entertain friends for a long weekend...catered of course.

  • Sheri McGowan

    Castles in England for Sale | Photos by Amanda Rae Busch

  • Holiday & Hearth ❤❦♪♫

    An American Castle, The Berkshires, New England ❤❦♪♫

  • 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.

  • Karen Schied

    castles in America | Photos by Amanda Rae Busch

  • Artstamper1

    Searles Castle was built under the direction of Edward F. Searles, an interior decorator and antique collector. Having traced his ancestry to the Oxfordshire Harcourt family, he engaged the prominent architect, Henry Vaughn to design the castle in the style of Stanton Harcourt Manor in Oxon County, England..Searles is said to have employed the finest masons and woodworkers to construct the castle, and imported marble and artifacts from Europe to furnish it.

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