This structure is not exactly tiny, but if you consider it a castle, I think it’s safe to call it a tiny rock castle.
The owner is an artist so you can tell that it was all done by hand. According to the description on YouTube, it was built over several years beginning in the 1980s.
The video in this post will give you an entire tour from the exterior to the interior rooms.
It was put together without permits so that’s why the location is secret but I can tell you that it’s somewhere in England.
If you watch the tour, you’ll get to see all of the beautiful stained glass windows throughout. It’s gorgeous, isn’t it?
Why do you think that we are so attracted to structures like these? Is it because it brings us back to simple living? Or could it be because the materials used are so natural? Either way, I always find them awesome and inspiring.
I hope you enjoy this tour and that you’ll leave your thoughts in the comments.
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