List of castles in the United States

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This is a list of castles in the United States. Most cannot properly be described as true castles. They are primarily country houses, follies, or other types of buildings built to give the appearance of a castle. They are usually designed in the Gothic Revival, Châteauesque, Romanesque Revival, Scots Baronial or Tudor Revival styles.

Beacon Towers in Sands Point, New York.
Berkeley Castle in Berkeley Springs, West Virginia.
Bettendorf Castle in Fox River Grove, Illinois.
Biltmore in Asheville, North Carolina.
Boldt Castle on Heart Island, Thousand Islands, New York.
Carey Mansion in Newport, Rhode Island
Castello di Amorosa in Calistoga, California.
Château Laroche in Loveland, Ohio.
Dunham Castle in Wayne, Illinois.
Glamorgan in Alliance, Ohio.
Glen Eyrie in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Grey Court in Methuen, Massachusetts.
Hempstead House in Sands Point, New York
Kimberly Crest in Redlands, California.
Lyndhurst in Tarrytown, New York.
Meadow Brook Hall in Rochester Hills, Michigan.
Mercer Museum in Yardley, Pennsylvania.
Nichols Hall in Manhattan, Kansas.
Ochre Court in Newport, Rhode Island.
Old Louisiana Capitol Building in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Rhodes Hall in Atlanta, Georgia.
Searles Castle in Windham, New Hampshire.
Smithsonian Castle in Washington, D.C.
Squire's Castle in Willoughby Hills, Ohio.
Stan Hywet in Akron, Ohio.
Stronghold Castle in Oregon Illinois.
Wesleyan Hall in Florence, Alabama.
Winnekenni Castle in Haverhill, Massachusetts.

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