|| Built in 1888 by cattleman Burton Harvey
Campbell, it is the only "castle" style home remaining from Wichita's building
boom of the 1880's. Modeled after a feudal Scottish castle, the original interior woodwork
features a variety of woods, including walnut, mahogany, and cherry. The home boasts eight
original fireplaces found on several floors. Constructed of rough-hewn limestone blocks,
the home features a three-story castellated tower, with carved stone animal figures.
A two-story carriage house accompanies the house. Note the decorated
gargoyle and chimaera figures found on the house. In 1994, the home was purchased and
rehabilitated as a bed and breakfast facility.