• The Craigmuir Castle

    Wenatchee, Washington
  • $2,980,000 US



Address: 22 N. Garfield Avenue
  Other "English Tudor"
Bedrooms: 5 "Larger Master Suite"
 3 "+ 2 3/4 bathroom"
 Triple, Detached
 Yes, Full
 10,000 sq. ft.
Lot Type: Rectangular
Lot Size:
 0.95acres 128.77ft x 299ft "Corner parcel that has flat terrain."
Has Suite:
Year Built:
 $7,692.08 USD (2013)


The Craigmuir Castle is now available. One of North Central Washington's residential landmarks, located in the heart of Wenatchee, WA. The Craigmuir Castle encompasses over 10,000 sq ft of wonderful living space that includes 5 bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms, 2 3/4 bathrooms, 6 fireplaces, and a beautiful formal dining room. Old World elegance coupled with modern amenities such as a chef's kitchen, butlers pantry, media room, work out facilities, and a very private and lovely pool and spa, add to the sense of endless space. The Craigmuir Castle was commissioned in 1922 by the Muirhead family, a Scottish descendant, with final construction completed in 1929. The Craigmuir Castle can be simply defined in one word; and that is love. From it's inception to the to the current years of modern restoration, love of detail from the craftsman who built it, to the care and nurturing from the owners, love is what gives the Craigmuir Castle its unique place in America's top residential homes.


*Everett Hinshaw was the architect - original blue prints are available.

*Granite stone was sourced from Entiat Area of North Central Washington and cut on site. Stones run from 18' to 21" thick in the walls - with details of color matched for design.

*Placed on the Wenatchee Register of Historical Places.

*All exterior windows are wrapped in granite stone, with living room windows sills featuring one piece stone over 12' long.

*Quality & Construction of home, based on Marshall 7 swift Residential Cost Handbook, is rated as "High Value Class 4".

*20' x 40' in-ground salt water swimming pool with heated outdoor pergola, hot tub, shower & steam room.

*Entrance & exit driveways are constructed of flagstone rocks (mortared in place) and between the home and garage is a heated section with cable for the winter months.

*3-Car detached carriage garage built to match main residence.

*The landscape features Washington State's largest Gingko tree.