Indiana authentic estate market place adds Charleston castle for sale for $400K

Have you been dreaming of your extremely own castle?

Finish with fortifications, medieval chandeliers and what looks to be a courtyard?

Nicely, present-day your blessed day. 

A home in southern Indiana that strike the genuine estate current market Thursday has all that and more — a two-bedroom, 2.5-rest room castle on 7.91 acres for an asking price of $400,000. 

“It is really certainly exclusive,” real estate agent Denise Taylor advised The Courier Journal on Friday. 

Right before the house was purchased by Mackey S. Griffin, the castle’s creator, it served as a h2o reserve for an ammunition plant all around Earth War II, Taylor said. All the doors in the castle — built in the late 1990s — are manufactured of the original lumber that protected the reservoir.

Griffin died in February 2020, and his spouse, Peggy Griffin, said Friday this was his 2nd castle — the first was in Jeffersonville on Spring Avenue.

Castles, she said, ended up his aspiration.

“You can find plenty of home in in this article that you could put two or 3 families,” she reported. Asked what would make the residence unique, Peggy replied: “Simply because it really is so unusual. That is the only point I can say.” 

The 6900 Dave Carr Road residence is owning an open up residence Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., in accordance to a Facebook article from the authentic estate agent listed on