WINSLOW, Ark. – It seems everyone wants to feel like the king or queen of their own space.

If you’re looking for a getaway or a new place to call home away from it all, you can find it on 6.9 secluded acres in the Ozarks, as a survivalist’s tower has been modified into a modern-day castle.

The original three-story tower and bunker is approximately 2,300 square-feet and was built with concrete blocks. The Tudor-style additions are constructed from hardy board. All told, the home currently has more than 3,700 square-feet of living space, with four bedrooms and three bathrooms.

The property has walking and driving bridges over a creek, the latter of which can be closed off to the main access road.

In addition to the creek, there is a nearby waterfall that is active at least half the year. One can find tranquility in the gazebo, around the fire pit, or sitting on a bench tucked in the woods, watching deer, foxes, and the occasional bear drink from the creek.

The castle is on both the seller’s and rental markets.

See the full listing here.

Additional Information
Realtor: Jessie Kersh Hunt, Hunt Homes NWA; brokered by Collier & Associates
Photography: Colby Clark, Sky High 360