UNKNOWN CASTLE

(1999 WeirdNJ.com) http://www.weirdnj.com/

This castle is said to be located on King George Road in Warren. I have no information about it. Does anyone know when it was built, who built it, does it have a name, etc?

Later, I received E-Mail that said:

The castle pictured on your site is still on King George Road in Warren. It is quite small and painted yellow. If you follow King George Road behind the King George Inn, it will be on your right hand side.

Later, I received E-Mail that said:

Went to the Unknown Castle in Warren New Jersey just yesterday (5-18-02). It is obviously a residence, but nobody was home at the time of my visit to converse with.

There is a separate three bay car garage just off to the right of the posted photo. It too is painted yellow and has the same castle-like edging along the top. The walls of both buildings seem to be constructed of either cement or stucco, and have several cracks due to weather and aging. Between and beyond the two structures is a small patio of some sort with slated stones set directly into the ground with grass growing out between them.

On 4-9-06, I received E-Mail that sid:

I saw that you had a picture of what we call the "castle house" and that the picture you have wasn't the best so I've attached a closer, color photo of it. I probably will be going back sometime soon to take more photographs, so if you would like some of those I would be glad to send them to you.

On 1-10-08, I received e-mail that said:

I would like to inform you that I used to pass this castle almost daily while on my way to work in that area. Since I travel to different locations every day for work I recently noticed and heard that it was going to be knocked down!! A few months ago I saw a red sticker in the window, I figured it was a building permit. Well just today I drove down that road for the first time in a while and now seen it has been taken down, so this castle/residence or, whatever it was, no longer exists.

{{Castlefinder note!}}
What a shame, this was a cute castle.

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Originally found by Robert W. Harney. Second photo courtesy of Tori.