Atalaya Castle - Huntington Beach State Park

Atalaya, the Spanish-style castle and former winter home of noted American sculptor Anna Hyatt Huntington and her husband, Archer Huntington was built 1931-1933. It is located at Huntington Beach State Park, adjacent to Brookgreen Gardens. in Murrells Inlet, SC The living quarters consisted of 30 rooms around three sides of the perimeter, while the studio opened onto a small, enclosed courtyard where Anna Hyatt Huntington worked on her sculptures. Atalaya was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1984, and was included in the designation of Atalaya and Brookgreen Gardens as a National Historic Landmark in 1984.

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Atalaya entrance
Atalaya Castle window
View through the window: Atalaya Castle
talaya  Castle at Huntington Beach - kitchen
Atalaya kitchen window
Atalaya view toward the ocean
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