More Redwall history!

More Redwall history!

Did you know a convicted spy once lived here? Tyler Gatewood Kent was an American code clerk in England, and was convicted of passing secrets during World War II. After being released from prison, he came to the US and “married a wealthy woman” —...
A Peak Inside Redwall Castle

A Peak Inside Redwall Castle

Here’s a peek at the inside! This is the living/dining room. This only shows about half the room… the circular rug is just about in the center of the space! All the woodwork you see is original; tons of bookcases with cabinets below. One of the things we...
Every Home Needs A Dragon

Every Home Needs A Dragon

  Falameezar is the Protector Dragon of Redwall. He was created by artist Doug McGiffin, and installed in 1998. He actually does breathe fire, as you can see in our profile picture. There are no dragons in the Redwall books; the closest would be Asmodeus the...
Why Redwall?

Why Redwall?

In 1997, the current owners found this magical house in the middle of nowhere. When they first brought their children (then 8 and 6) to see the house, their son immediately said, “Mom, it’s Redwall!” You see, at the time they were reading the Redwall...
Redwall Castle – A Gentler Way of Life

Redwall Castle – A Gentler Way of Life

Imagine you’re walking through the woods. Suddenly the trees open up and there, beyond the fenced garden, is a magical building coming into view! You’ve just stumbled across Redwall, which time seems to have passed by. Go back to the days of a slower,...
Redwall Castle Circa 1942

Redwall Castle Circa 1942

Redwall Castle – circa 1942 This is what Redwall looked like shortly after it was built. Photo courtesy of Rudy Ficken, son of the architect Katherine Cutler. Only the color and the landscaping has...