Arkansas November 20, 2017
The Hidden Castle In Arkansas That Almost No One Knows About
Waterfalls or restaurants are usually what comes to mind when we think of hidden places in Arkansas. Northwest Arkansas is hiding something special, however: a castle. A castle that just so happens to be the most expensive home in the entire state. Let’s pretend we’re all millionaires as we take a scroll through this luxurious hidden wonder:
Nestled on a 100-acre hill in the Ozark Mountains is the Dromborg Castle.
The Dromborg (which means dreams written in stone) was inspired by 13th-century Scottish castles and completed in 2008. This luxurious castle is 8,825 sq. ft. with 5 bedrooms and 4.5 baths.
Five bedrooms doesn't sound too exuberant but wait till you see in the interior.
Here's where you can park your car before we start our journey.
The castle has a 5-car garage and a separate over sized 1-car garage.
We'll start our tour on the 1st floor.
The great room (which is nearly twice the size of the apartment I live in) includes dining for 15, the main sitting area, and kitchen.
Here's the kitchen...
Just southeast of the great room lies the kitchen with breakfast nook. It has an 8 burner range, 2 ovens, and 2 under counter refrigerator drawers.
...and the library.
The 1st floor also has a chapel, guest wing, and master wing. The master bedroom has his/her closets and bathrooms, gallery, and elevator.
The 2nd floor lounge is pretty spectacular.
It opens up to the second story patio or overhead to the great room. Don't worry if you can't make it downstairs, the 2nd floor has its own kitchen (with dishwasher), and bathroom (with full shower).
Let's take the elevator to the 3rd floor.
The 3rd floor features the map room. The room is advertised as a study/man cave. Apparently with enough money you can defy the logical definition of "cave."
The 4th floor features the observation deck.
The 70-ft. deck has a huge stone fireplace and panoramic view of the Boston Mountains.
This 5 bedroom, 4.5 bath could be yours for an easy $8.7 million.
If you're not interested in a $40,000/month mortgage, that's okay! The Dromborg can also be rented out for special events.
Wow what a tour! For more details, including a video tour, you can go to the
Dromborg’s website. If you’re interested in buying, you should view the realtor listing.
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