If you’d have told me that there was a medieval-like castle, complete with gargoyles, spires and other gothic treasures, located in Denver, CO, I would have thought that the altitude had gone straight to your brain. But shame on me for not knowing that that’s exactly where Baron Walter Von Richthofen, the uncle and godfather of the legendary WWI fighter pilot known as the ‘Red Baron’, decided to build his towering stone manor in 1887. Referred to as ‘The Richthofen Castle’, the national landmark has now hit the market and can be had for $3.75 million - a pretty modest price tag all things considered.

If you’d have told me that there was a medieval-like castle, complete with gargoyles, spires and other gothic treasures, located in Denver, CO, I would have thought that the altitude had gone straight to your brain. But shame on me for not knowing that that’s exactly where Baron Walter Von Richthofen, the uncle and godfather of the legendary WWI fighter pilot known as the ‘Red Baron’, decided to build his towering stone manor in 1887. Referred to as ‘The Richthofen Castle’, the national landmark has now hit the market and can be had for $3.75 million - a pretty modest price tag all things considered.

Source realtor.com