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Sir Henry Pellatt:


King of Casa Loma

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Castle Grounds

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1-Tunnel: Children love the tunnel because it leads to dungeons and maybe even the dragon lairs. And at certain points along the 800 foot length there is a tremendous echo.

2-Stables: Sir Henry treated his horses well, which is understandable considering their

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importance for work, and when you had more than enough money, for show. The grooms lived in the "bothy" in the multileveled tower.

3-Connecting rooms: Potting sheds, display rooms, greenhouses, bedrooms for single staff, storage and mushroom rooms.

4-Greenhouses and potting shed.


5-Castle green, ground and gardens. It was well tended during the ten year term of tenancy by the Pellatts but fell into disrepair and went wild for many decades. During that time it was home to counter culture denizens in the 60s and 70s and occasional street person after that but the walls offered a bit of challenge.


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