1935 Helderberg Castle – New Scotland, NY

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104 Helderberg Castle Rd, New Scotland, NY 12186

  • $164,900
  • 2 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • 2518 Sq Ft
  • 4.5 Ac.
Historic Helderberg Castle on 4.5 acre lot, chance to own a unique piece of history. Nestled privately in the Helderbergs, this property features fantastic old limestone ruins, hand built in 1935 by Bouck White. Property has church ruins, tower ruins,main home ruins - with 2500sf home situated atop stone ruins of 2 other buildings. Property also has 1500sf 2 car garage w/ workshop w/ electric and woodstove. Home has lrg bedrooms, porch, stone alcove, deed spring rights with neighboring property.

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11 Comments on 1935 Helderberg Castle – New Scotland, NY

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  1. Pam says: 34 comments

    I just want to put that in my back garden and play in it!

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  2. Chloe says: 64 comments

    wow, well there is a movie set. Someone call Hollywood.

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  3. echo says: 111 comments

    Fantastic landmark.Wow! I could have fun making flower gardens all through here. I wonder if the house has a good foundation? It is great history, I do wish it was kept up better. 🙂

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  4. Jim says: 5515 comments

    I studied this place a bit when it was last sold a few years back. The livable portion was mostly built about 30 years ago around a stone structure built by Bouck White. White lived in the Castle, which burnt many years ago. It’s a nice location with a view and the house looks to be much improved in recent years, but is still pretty funky.

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  5. John Shiflet says: 5633 comments

    Anyone buying this property would never have to worry about any look-alike houses nearby. Four and a half acres and a livable ruin would appeal mainly to very creative types, I would think.

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  6. Nancy says: 169 comments

    So it’s the “White Castle?” LOL. I love it. I want it moved to my yard.

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  7. says: 458 comments

    Edward Scissorhands would be right at home here.

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  8. Katie S says: 7 comments

    So what’s the deal with this? How can it be a “ruin” when it was only built in 1935?

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  9. dragonflyspirit14dragonflyspirit14 says: 245 comments
    1913 farmhouse
    Dillon, SC

    I am thinking this would be an ideal location for a medieval wedding. Someone with business smarts could buy this property and use it for some really great events.

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  10. Jessica says: 1 comments

    Absolutely stunning! I would buy this if I could.

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