A late Victorian brick castle with two turrets, the home was built in 1898. A well house and horse rail at the rear of the property testify to the slower pace of life before amenities like city water and paved streets.
Turned oak spindles and square newell posts characterize the main stairs. A servants' staircase once led upstairs from the kitchen.
Distinctive architectural style makes Fox Castle hard to miss driving down South Pittsburgh Street.
Diamond shaped panes of unusual gold colored glass adorn the door to the innkeepers private quarters.