Englishman transforms his Sydney home into medieval castle

ThisRon Farmer medieval castle Englishman’s home really is his castle.

Boasting 10 turrets, a moat, stained glass windows, medieval furnishings and gargoyles, it is fit for King Arthur and his knights and tends to stand out among the brick-and-tile neighbouring bungalows in Dowling St, Leumeah.

The suburban Camelot is the work of Ron Farmer, who was determined to retain a sense of his ancestry when he and wife Joan migrated to Australia from their native Kent in the 1960s.

“We moved out here from England and there was nothing like it,” Mr Farmer told the Macarthur Chronicle.

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