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Wanna buy this 'incomplete castle' in rural Minnesota?

provided you're in the market for a partially completed castle in rural Minnesota. Such a property exists in Dennison ... What's a random-ass castle doing in Goodhue County? The real estate listing offers precious little info: "Incomplete Castle!

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Goodhue County's finest castle. RE/MAX Cannon Realty 0 Your kingdom awaits, my liege. 0 ...provided you're in the market for a partially completed castle in rural Minnesota. Such a property exists in Dennison, located about an hour south of the Twin Cities, and it's going for $400,000Potential rulers of the 6.2-acre lot should be handy, considering only part of the blueprint has been realizedOnce completed, the medieval-style home will boast three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and two fireplacesIt can't be that hard to dig a moat, if that's your thing.  You might be asking yourself: What's a random-ass castle doing in Goodhue County? The real estate listing offers precious little info:  "Incomplete Castle! Exciting location with unique building plans but unable to continueIf you're a builder or can see the finished product, come and see or call for more details." But the Bemidji Pioneer paints a more complete picture. The castle is Gary Arntson Sr.'s passion project, the newspaper reportsArmed with architectural plans and a small crew, Arntson, an experienced craftsman from South StPaul, began building the structure during his free time in the late '90sHe was going to live in the finished castle with his wife, but illness derailed that dreamArntson hopes a new owner will complete his project.  "There's probably nothing like that in the state," Red Wing-based real estate agent Stacee Draz tells the Pioneer. Vandals and thieves have taken noticeLocal cops keep the castle on their "frequent patrol" route; it's been damaged, robbed, and trespassed upon at least 12 times since 1997, the Pioneer reports.  Some additional walls -- and possibly that aforementioned moat! -- should keep the peasantry out. Enjoy these bonus images, courtesy of RE/MAX Cannon Realty:  Comments (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id)) return; js = d.createElement(s); = id; js.src = "//"; fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, fjs); }(document, 'script', 'facebook-jssdk')); Happening Today Adios Utopia: Dreams and Deceptions in Cuban Art Since 1950 Dec24 at Walker Art Center Laure Prouvost: They Are Waiting for You Dec24 at Walker Art Center Energy: Made Here Launch Party Dec24 at Le Meridien Chambers Minneapolis I Am Somali: Three Visual Artists from the Twin Cities Dec24 at Minneapolis Institute of Art SEE MORE EVENTS Stay Up to Date With CityPages Arts Newsletter Sign Up Subscribe On Facebook Follow On Twitter Free Stuff Enter to Win 2 Tickets to Horseshoes and Hand Grenades and The Big Wu Enter to Win 2 VIP Tickets to The Crystal Ball 2018 Win a Pair of VIP Tickets to NYE Party with Lizzo Enter to Win The Cabooze Metal New Years Eve Package More from Arts & Leisure Christmas movies and TV specials are bullshit December 22 by Tigger Lunney Brant Miller on what it takes to become Santa: 'Every Santa takes biotin' December 22 by Jay Gabler Bad Santas, Ludachristmas: 30 free things to do this weekend December 23 by Jessica Armbruster The year in comedy: 2017's new faces, new venues, and Chappelle December 21 by Patrick Strait As MC W(hat) T(he) F(uck), Tera Kilbride affectionately satirizes 'woke' millennials December 21 by Sheila Regan Sponsor Content var pran = Math.floor(Math.random() * 99999999999); var ppstn = "ENTER_PLACEMENT_ID_HERE"; var purl; if (screen.width > 768) { purl = "//"; document.write(""); document.write(""); purl = "//"; document.write(""); document.write(""); } if (screen.width "); } About Contact Us Careers Staff Ad Index Advertise Digital Marketing Services Privacy Terms

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