Have you been dreaming of your very own castle?
Complete with fortifications, medieval chandeliers and what looks to be a courtyard?
Well, today’s your lucky day.
“It’s definitely unique,” realtor Denise Taylor told The Courier Journal on Friday.
Before the property was purchased by Mackey S. Griffin, the castle’s creator, it served as a water reserve for an ammunition plant around World War II, Taylor said. All the doors in the castle — built in the late 1990s — are made of the original lumber that covered the reservoir.
Griffin died in February 2020, and his wife, Peggy Griffin, said Friday this was his second castle — the first was in Jeffersonville on Spring Street.
Castles, she said, were his dream.
“There’s enough room in here that you could put two or three…