Duschesne, Utah: Castle House

Typical suburban house sprouts an impressively absurd fairytale castle. The addition is a private playhouse for the homeowner's children.

Address:
1322 Scotch Pine Drive, Duschesne, UT
Directions:
From US-191/Main St. in town turn north at the stoplight onto Center St./UT-87. Drive north one mile. You'll see the castle on the left, at the intersection of Scotch Pine Drive. Private property; visible from the street.
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Castle for the kids.

Castle House

House with a huge castle addition. This person's home is their castle.

[spodaddyo, 07/23/2021]

The castle is actually an elaborate playhouse for the homeowner's children.


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