Unique $1.365m Mountaintop Castle For Sale In Arkansas, USA

This unique mountaintop castle retreat is up for sale priced at $1,365,000 located in Arkansas, United States. The mountaintop castle retreat in Hot Springs is the most unique vacation rental in Arkansas. You'll want to check out this mountaintop castle retreat in Hot Springs, Arkansas, United States. The castle is situated on a 14-acre property in Lakeside School District. The property has over 14,000 square feet of unfinished space. The castle includes a detached garage with a finished 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom apartment. There is garage space for over 20 cars. The castle is very solid construction. There is a drive-up entry to the second-level living area.

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There is plenty to see and do in the area, especially for nature lovers. Given that Hot Springs National Park shares a name with the nearby town, it should come as no surprise that the 5,500-acre park serves as the main attraction in Hot Springs. The park's thermal waters are its primary draw, and visitors to the area can still soak in the historical establishments lining Bathhouse Row, which includes the Fordyce Bathhouse Visitor Center and the Buckstaff Bathhouse. Additionally, numerous trails weave throughout the park. A majority of the trails are concentrated between the Hot Springs and North Mountain trails as well as the West Mountain Trails. Both these areas offer short, interconnected trails, while the approximately 10-mile Sunset Trail provides a more challenging trek for experienced hikers.

Past visitors suggest taking on the 2.6-mile Sugarloaf Mountain segment of the Sunset Trail, which includes a short spur trail to the Balanced Rock that rewards hikers with one of the most stunning views in Arkansas. They also appreciate the park's attractions in the middle of town, like Bathhouse Row and the Grand Promenade. Due to Hot Springs National Park's central location, many of the park's points of interest are easily accessible on the town's three bus routes, as well as on foot. Still, some of the more remote areas in Hot Springs are only accessible via car. Parking options are limited. Unlike most other national parks, admission to Hot Springs National Park is completely free, but camping at the Gulpha Gorge Campground (the only campground in the park).

Given that Hot Springs National Park shares a name with the nearby town, it should come as no surprise that the 5,500-acre park serves as the main attraction in Hot Springs. The park's thermal waters are its primary draw, and visitors can still soak in the historical establishments lining Bathhouse Row, including the Fordyce Bathhouse Visitor Center and the Buckstaff Bathhouse.

Additionally, numerous trails weave throughout the park. A majority of the trails are concentrated between the Hot Springs and North Mountain trails as well as the West Mountain Trails. Both these areas offer short, interconnected trails, while the approximately 10-mile Sunset Trail provides a more challenging trek for experienced hikers. It is suggested to take on the 2.6-mile Sugarloaf Mountain segment of the Sunset Trail, which includes a short spur trail to the Balanced Rock that rewards hikers with one of the most stunning views in Arkansas.

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