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Originally the dream of financier Evans P. Dick, The Castle at Garrison was intended as a home to rival the great residences of Hyde Park. The site was acquired in the 1880s, and construction began in 1903, following a design inspired by the Alhambra of Granada, Spain. One hundred laborers were imported to work on the structure which stretched 175' long and 220' deep. In 1907, however financial reversals terminated the project. [The property was then purchased in the 1920's by the Chimera family who planned on using it as a staging grounds to build radios for the government - those plans failed - and it was never occupied as a residence. white washed Moorish-styled castle encompassing 35,000 sq. ft on 3 principal floors, plus 10,000 sq. ft of basement /work areas. The home includes an arched courtyard [known as the 'Lion's Courtyard'], turreted towers, romantic balconies, and sumptuous spaces reminiscent of a grander era. Specifically it boasts 25 fireplaces, 150 windows, and a 86' high tower.
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