230 Comments for Ravenwood Castle

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They do take some getting used to, for sure. Thank you, will do!
The photo brings about strong feelings that if I had to navigate the stairs while I was drunk, I would end up with broken bones. You do have a wonderful gift of bringing out the artistic qualities in things, Motts. I have been enjoying your website for years. Please keep them coming!
I agree. The craftsmanship in this fireplace and the pillars is incredible- what beautiful work! Its too bad it is sitting there going to waste.
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Did you notice the stone work on the peak of the roof on the left? So amazing. Such a shame this place was vandalized. To many people in this country enjoy destroying things.
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It is also weird that the door pulls have been put in after the original hardware was removed. Who did that? Maybe the Masons when they were using the building. And that is probably where the more modern toilet came from also.
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i'm still amazed how clean this place is.
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i bet the hinges are as amazing as the door knobs that disappeared.
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remarkably cleana
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I imagine there are quite a few peculiarities in the construction of this place, as it's basically a house built around an existing hunting cabin, so the new construction had to be retrofitted in. The owner also changed plans around often while it was being built, and was known to have been a bit eccentric.
Looks real to me.... :-0..not likely human, tho...maybe from one of those gross plastic containers of fresh liver from the grocery store...eeewwww) Gross :-(
Creepiest "bathroom" ever.....:-0. Also, why does the door open the "wrong" way? shouldn't the door open against the wall instead of into the room? Weird that the floor outside the door is several feet higher than the bathroom floor....
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I would love to buy the home. I wish I knew how to contact the owner, do you?
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Holy crap are those baseboards marble?
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hey its red milk!! my dad used to make me drink this every night before bed
Spectacular place to curl up with a book.