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Built like a Castle.

The construction of this castle utilized over 1,200 cubic yards of concrete, significantly exceeding the amount typically used in an average Louisville home, which is just over 100 cubic yards. This substantial volume of concrete was necessary due to the use of Insulated Concrete Forms. The castle features exterior walls that are 10 to 12 inches thick, reinforced with steel rebar extending up to the roofline, and devoid of any wooden components on the exterior. These robust construction details render the castle essentially tornado-proof. In fact, on April 2nd, 2024 the National Weather Service (NWS) confirmed EF2 tornado damage hit the Beechland Beach area of Prospect in Jefferson County April 2, with wind speeds reaching up to 120 miles per hour. Just missing Prospect Castle by 300 yards. The Castle sustained ZERO Damage.



The exterior walls of this home, comprising 12 inches of concrete plus an additional 4 inches of real stone, mirror the thickness of medieval European castles. Enhanced by steel rebar crisscrossing within and supported by commercial-sized steel I-beams underpinning the first and second floors—features atypical for residential construction—this home is not only tornado-proof but also technologically advanced. This design surpasses the traditional durability of ancient castles, some of which have withstood the elements for over a millennium. Security was a major consideration in the design of this structure. It features very few first-floor windows, and those that are present are situated 6 to 8 feet above the ground level. Additionally, the U-shaped layout encloses the backyard, creating a private cove reminiscent of "circling the wagons" for enhanced privacy and protection. The portico drive-thru garage bay provides additional security when coming and going from your castle.

Construction Images

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