I received E-Mail that said:

There is a "castle" in Lincoln, Nebraska that has been turned into apartments. I'm sorry I can't give more information, but perhaps the Lincoln Chamber of Commerce could send a picture. The location of the castle is approximately 18th or 19th between "B" Street and "D" street. Sorry I couldn't be more helpful, but it would be great for your site.

Later, I received E-Mail that said:

I noticed you were looking for info the castle in Lincoln, NE. I do not have a personal photo, but I have located the parcel information on the Lancaster County Assessorís Website. The link is http://lancjes2.lincoln.ne.gov/LANCPRD2/IWW810/IW10/CPO900?sys=+&vParcel=10-25-321-001-000

Later, I received E-Mail that said:

Here is a little more information on the castle in Lincoln. I am looking for photos and may possibly be able to go take pictures of it sometime if you are wanting that. I got this information from the following site:


Phillips, R. O., House ** (added 1979 - Building - #79001449)
Also known as "The Castle"
1845 D St, Lincoln

R. O. Phillips House (The Castle) [LC13:D07-042]

Housing Units:
8 Located in Lincoln, the Phillips House was built in 1889-90 in the Richardsonian Romanesque style. Built as a single-family residence, the house was later divided into apartments. The rehabilitation, completed in 1986, maintained the rental residential usage.
This info. was at
HYPERLINK "http://www.nebraskahistory.org/histpres/tax/lancastr/htm"

On 9-7-06, I received E-Mail that said:

I saw on your web site that you have mention of the Castle in Lincoln, Nebraska and that you were looking for photos. I am attaching photos I recently took. I have just rented an apartment in the historic Castle and will be moving in sometime soon. It is a beautiful building and immaculately maintained. It is located at 1845 "D" Street, Lincoln, NE. I do not know much of the history yet but hope to find out more about it soon.

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