Fairhope, Alabama: Mosher and Fairhope Story Book Castles

Pair of eclectic homes built in fairyland style. Privately owned; exterior non-professional photos permitted, property access or tours require advance arrangement.

Address:
456 Oak Ave., Fairhope, AL
Directions:
East of US Hwy 98. Private property, visible from road.
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Mosher and Fairhope Storybook Castles.

Mosher and Fairhope Story Book Castles

Easier to park on the street and walk to view the castles.

[Dave, 04/21/2021]

Mosher Castle.

Mosher Castle

Public is welcome to walk the property and take photos; inside tours require appointment. These magical, one-of-a-kind handcrafted treasures were created over more than sixty years, beginning with Sheldon's Castle, once home of the legendary artist and sculptor, Craig Sheldon.

[CJ, 07/08/2017]

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