Castle Farms

Castle Farms


Charlevoix, Michigan (MI), US
Designed by Arthur Heun and constructed in 1918 for Albert Loeb, who was the Vice President of Sears, Roebuck and Company.

Castle Farms was built as a model farm to showcase livestock in addition to new farm equipment that was sold by Sears, Roebuck and Company. Since the farm closed in 1927, the property has been rented for storage space, turned into an art studio, used for rock concerts and, since 2005, primarily used for weddings and receptions. The grounds are also used for other various festivals and social events, like the Charlevoix Renaissance Festival.
Designed by Arthur Heun and constructed in 1918 for Albert Loeb, who was the Vice President of Sears, Roebuck and Company.

Castle Farms was built as a model farm to showcase livestock in addition to new farm equipment that was sold by Sears, Roebuck and Company. Since the farm closed in 1927, the property has been rented for storage space, turned into an art studio, used for rock concerts and, since 2005, primarily used for weddings and receptions. The grounds are also used for other various festivals and social events, like the Charlevoix Renaissance Festival.
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Links: castlefarms.com, travel.aarp.org
By: Tyco

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