Up for the taking in Sedro Woolley, Wash.: a housing option for the well-heeled folk who simply cannot choose whether expand their property portfolio with a tricked-out treehouse or an American castle. The solution? This 2,972-square-foot manor has got all the castle appeal—stone facade, battlements, and pseudo-turrets—swaddled in 20 acres of Pacific Northwest forest. What's more, the property, asking $1.395M, boasts a salmon-stocked creek—easily crossed via private bridge, of course—with a waterfall and natural swimming pool. The interiors are perhaps nothing to write home about, but when there's private hiking trails, a sauna, and a wood-heated hot tub, how much time is really going to be spent indoors, anyway?