Thanks from a tip by a fellow reader, Sebastian, he showed me a very cool Castle being built at 230 Pisgah Pike, Versailles, Kentucky. I found a website on this place, and it appears that its being used as an inn, a place to throw a party, or even get married. The website shows tons of great up-close pictures, so check it out. The Castle, if not already, will be a tourist destination. If it was a home, that would be awesome! “Mom, I’m going over to my friend’s Castle, I’ll be back later.” Funny. Taken from their website, some information about the Castle is:
“Interiorly, the heavy 12 foot wooden doors will open to reveal a Great Hall with 30 foot ceilings, solid stone walls and elegant, massive chandeliers. Behind will be a beautifully appointed reading library and receiving area. Next to the library, an enormous dining room which can seat 40+ guests in “medieval-like” splendor. Adjacent to the dining room will be a sizeable and fully equipped gourmet kitchen, a sun-lit breakfast room and both a butler’s pantry and maid’s quarters, as well as an Estate office. To the right of the Great Hall will be a barrel-vaulted ballroom, replete with a gigantic wood burning fireplace, authentic-to-the-period chandeliers, and mirrors which will reflect dancers and musicians. The ballroom walls will feature hand-done wall artistry which will depict scenes of the Central Kentucky countryside. To the rear of the ballroom will be an elegant music room with both a grand piano and a lyric harp, a game parlor designed with features such as a giant plasma TV with satellite, a slate pool table, card tables and luxury leather seating. Also on the first level, an expansive artist’s studio bathed in northern exposure light.
At the rear of the Great Hall, a massive staircase will lead to second floor guest suites, each featuring a sitting room with panoramic windows, an oversized bathroom and a spacious bedroom “fit for royalty”. Roof top level amenities include a sundeck with a Jacuzzi, shuffle board, and a putting green.”
CLICK HERE FOR THE CASTLE’S WEBSITE