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Would you have ever thought that you could live in a castle in the United States? Well, maybe you can. So, if you’re looking for some much-needed inspiration in your search for a new home, look no further.

These listings from Zillow show how castle-living can be a reality — and sometimes for even less than you might think. Although they technically might not be considered castles in Europe (perhaps just really nice houses designed like castles), we certainly wouldn’t mind calling one of these our own!

American Castles for Sale Right Now:

The Migdale Castle

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  • Price: $19,500,000
  • Location: Millbrook, NY
  • The Story: This castle was built in 1927 for Andrew Carnegie’s daughter and was designed to look like Carnegie’s castle in Scotland: Skibo Castle. Now it has been renovated and has modern features such as an indoor pool, steam room, media room, and more.
  • Beds and Baths: Ten bedrooms and 13 bathrooms
  • Square Feet: 34,549
  • Listing: Zillow

*There is a pending offer on this castle.

The Baltzley Castle

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  • Price: $2,995,000
  • Location: Bethesda, MD
  • The Story: This castle was built in 1890 and underwent a restoration just a few years ago in 2011, so the owners can enjoy the character of old with the convenience of new. Features include river views from glass-enclosed porches and access to many local trails, as well as access to downtown Washington D.C.
  • Beds and Baths: Five bedrooms and five bathrooms
  • Square Feet: 9,072
  • Listing: Zillow

Phareloch Castle

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  • Price: $2,750,000
  • Location: Basking Ridge, NJ
  • The Story: This castle was built in 1920 and modeled after a 17th century Normandy castle. The new owner would need to finish the renovations that are currently happening on the castle, but the reward isn’t just castle-living. It’s also the chance to live on eight acres of land.
  • Beds and Baths: Six bedrooms and four bathrooms
  • Listing: Zillow

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The Robincroft Castle

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  • Price: $2,680,000
  • Location: Pasadena, CA
  • The Story: You don’t have to stay on the East Coast to settle down in your own castle. This historical landmark built in 1900 is in sunny California and boasts a courtyard and water fountain, gold filigree ceilings, a chapel, and more.
  • Beds and Baths: Seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms
  • Square Feet: 7,030
  • Listing: Zillow

The Ledges

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  • Price: $2,495,000
  • Location: Hopedale, MA
  • The Story: This replica of a Scottish castle was built in 1921 by the then-governor’s son. Although once just one part of the estate, the castle sits on a whopping 18 acres of land.
  • Beds and Baths: Nine bedrooms and 14 bathrooms
  • Square Feet: 11,595
  • Listing: Zillow

Millstonian

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  • Price: $2,200,000
  • Location: Bethesda, MD
  • The Story: Built in 1883 and renovated 100 years later, this castle is part of a vision the town once had for a “Rhineland on the Potomac.” Besides views of that very river, living in this castle also provides its inhabitants easy access to Washington D.C and Northern Virginia should they need it — giving it both the far-away feel of yesteryear and an accessible location.
  • Beds and Baths: Five bedrooms and five bathrooms
  • Square Feet: 7,250
  • Listing: Zillow

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The Lakeside Castle

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  • Price: $1,245,000
  • Location: Lake Worth, FL
  • The Story: World-renown architects designed this castle in 1924, and it received a restoration in the late 90s. Inhabitants of this castle can enjoy truly luxurious living while being just steps away from water.
  • Beds and Baths: Four bedrooms and five bathrooms
  • Square Feet: 4,660
  • Listing: Zillow

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A Spanish Mediterranean Castle in California

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  • Price: $899,000
  • Location: Riverside, CA
  • The Story: This castle was built by a famed local architect in 1926. Those lucky enough to live in it can enjoy not just all the beauty and amenities that come with castle-living, but also unobstructed mountain views.
  • Beds and Baths: Four bedrooms and three bathrooms
  • Square Feet: 3,500
  • Listing: Zillow

The Charles LaDow House

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  • Price: $799,000
  • Location: Albany, NY
  • The Story: Named after the inventor who built it, this castle was constructed out of stone in the Romanesque style in the late 1800s. What’s different about this castle is that it’s commercially zoned. That means it can be used as an office space or an apartment building or condo conversion.
  • Beds and Baths: 11 bedrooms and three bathrooms
  • Square Feet: 8,500
  • Listing: Zillow

The Castle on Webster

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  • Price: $495,000
  • Location: Scranton, PA
  • The Story: Before you think castle-living is only for the mega-rich, check out this reasonably-priced castle in Pennsylvania. It was built in 1911, has more than enough space for even the largest of families, and lives on a neighborhood street (so you don’t have to feel secluded if you don’t want to).
  • Beds and Baths: Ten bedrooms and 9.5 bathrooms
  • Square Feet: 8,540
  • Listing: Zillow

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