A quick look at Google Maps shows that the castle has a moat around it, leading to a larger pool in the backyard. It's like having a personal lazy river.
But what is the story behind the castle? Why is it there? Who built it?
According to AtlasObscura.com — a website billing itself as the "definitive guidebook and friendly tour-guide to the world's most wondrous places" — it was built by Rudy and Ruth McLaughlin. Rudy was a truck driver and told Ruth he would build her a castle one day, and sure enough, he did.
The site cites Fulton County as its source.
The home is surrounded by a fence and gnomes sit atop it at the entrances, giving it one of its nicknames. It also features a drawbridge.
But remember, tourists, this is a home. It’s private property and tours aren’t available. So view it from afar.
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