As noted by Penny Parker, the historic Richthofen Castle -- built in the late 1800s by the uncle of the Red Baron -- has been on sale for four-years plus. That means even before the real estate slump, no one was interested in plunking down $3.9 million (not counting memorabilia) for the property. But perhaps today's the day. Page through below to take a photo tour of the property, and click here for inform about taking a closer look.
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