Stollmeyer's Castle is a historic house located in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago. The landmark is part of a group of historic buildings known as the "Magnificent Nine" that are found in Queen's Park West.
Stollmeyer's Castle was built as a retirement home for Charles Fourier Stollmeyer, an immigrant from the United States and supervisor for an asphalt company. The house was constructed from 1902 to 1904 on the site of a former government stock farm.
The castle was designed by a Scottish architect, Robert Gillies. It is believed that the house was designed to look similar to the Balmoral Castle in Scotland. The house was made with imported brick and a limestone trim.
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