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Copenhaver Castle on Camelback Mountain in Arizona is a famous historical landmark.  A truly unique home built in 1967
by Dr. Mort Copenhaver a wealthy orthodontist.  At that time he bought a little over an acre almost vertical property on
Camelback Mountain for $4000.  He had a dream to build his own castle on the property that took him over a decade to complete.  
The medieval castle is an old Moorish fortress Spanish architectural wonder nestled into the mountain.  
The exterior of the castle blends into the mountainside built with the very rock blasted out to make the home.

Set high on the mountain it has unsurpassed views of the city below said to resemble a kaleidoscope.

The 7000 square foot castle has eight levels and ten balconies to enjoy the views.  Twenty rooms; five bedrooms, 7-1/2
bathrooms, four fireplaces, and three garages.
A 17 foot waterfall in the living room, hot tub that seats 20, and a dungeon.

The dungeon is accessed through one of the many secret passageways of which not all passageways have been found yet.
A helicopter pad.  Drawbridge and a required castle moat included.
The Camel's "Hump"
The Camel's "Head"
Grandview Lane