This Missouri Castle on the Bluffs of the Mississippi River Is a Dream

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Modeled after a château on Italy’s Lake Como, this 19th-century castle on the bluffs of the Mississippi River is a dream come true.

Known as either Kennett's Castle or Selma Hall, the limestone structure was built in 1854 and includes nine bedrooms and six bathrooms. It offers panoramic views of the Mississippi River and the Selma Valley of southeastern Missouri.

The property is over 2,400 acres and also includes multiple other smaller houses, a golf course, a horse stable, a pool and pool house, a lodge, tennis courts, a conference center, a shooting range, riding trails, hiking trails, multiple storage buildings and a beautiful big red barn.

All of this is included in the listing price of $24,750,000.

For more information about the property, visit its website or contact Cushman & Wakefield at 314-746-0371.

Photos by Douglas Abel Photography