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The Castle Inn Riverside ~ "The Historic Campbell Castle" Built from 1886-1888 by Cattle Baron Burton Harvey Campbell, this Authentic Reproduction of a Richardson Romanesque Scottish Castle is Beautifully Situated Adjacent to City Parks on the Banks of the Little Arkansas River, and is listed on the Local, State, and National Registers of Historic Places. The Castle Boasts Numerous Structural Antiques Which were Originally Imported from Europe by Colonel Campbell, Including Fireplaces, Hand-Carved Fretwork, Stained Glass, and the Grand Staircase and Arched Dining Room Window Which were Imported from London. Formerly Operated as a Luxury Boutique Inn. Unlimited Potential for Future Personal or Business Opportunity. Uses Could Include; Executive Offices, Law Offices, Oil Offices. Has the Potential to Fully Operate as a Restaurant or "Members Only" Country Club, A Majestic Event Center, or a "One Stop" Bridal Venue. Other Opportunities Could Include; An Affluent Retirement and/or Assisted Living Residence, Independent Boutique Inn. Formal Dining Area's, Commercial Kitchen Features, Laundry Facilities, Updated 1,000 sq. ft. Conference Center, Outside Entertaining and Covered Porch. Unique Features Such as a 700 Year Old Imported Fireplace From Greece Truly make this a PRICELESS Property * Legend to have had Such Famous Visitors as Wyatt Earp, Doc Holiday....After Over 20 Years the Sellers are Hoping to Find the Next Owner that will Care for it as They have
From 13th & N. River Blvd., go south 1/2 mile to 1155 on west side
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