About This 1891 The Castle In Jackson New Hampshire
This extraordinary, historical property, locally known as The Castle, situated on two acres across from the famous Jackson Falls is a fantasy made real. Designed by William Bates and built in 1891 using stone from the Ellis and Wildcat Rivers, The Castle was constructed to embody the style and spirit of a Chateau and English castle.
Measuring over 5000 square feet over three floors, you will find a total of six bedrooms, a library, dining room, living room, an eat-in kitchen, butler’s pantry as well as a 2nd pantry with plenty of storage space. Many of the bedrooms have seasonal water views of the Wildcat River, other rooms have views of the mountains and ski trails.
There is a quaint caretaker’s cottage and separate two car garage on the property. The Wentworth Golf Course is just down the street. The level of workmanship found in The Castle reigns supreme, few homes of this era remain in such magnificent shape. This property is poised for the life, love, laughter and discerning taste of the next owners.