Castle Moulinsart - Building Version 1.12

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(Build 2020) The Château de Cheverny was used as a model for Marlinspike Hall. The central tower and two inner wings are identical while the two outermost wings were not used.

- 2 large majestic rooms on the ground floor.
- 2 large bedrooms + 2 small rooms on the first floor.
- 2 attics, with wooden beams.

- Large window with beautiful curtains.
- Suitable for large landowners (1200 prims)

Marlinspike Hall is presented as a large and luxurious dwelling adorned with numerous works of art, antique furniture, and a gallery of the Haddock family's historic treasures...

Marlinspike Hall is located in Belgium. The original English language translators of the Tintin books caused some confusion to English speaking readers by giving the address of Marlinspike Hall as "Marlinshire, England" in The Secret of the Unicorn. However, details such as car number plates, traffic travelling on the right hand side of the road, and the appearance of the Marlinspike police (who wear the black and red uniforms of the Belgian Gendarmerie) confirm that Hergé's intention was to locate the Hall in his native Belgium. Moreover, it is explained in The Red Rackham's Treasure that the Manor was built by an ancestor of Captain Haddock, the Chevalier François de Hadoque, a ship-of-the-line captain in the French Navy under King Louis XIV of France. In the Golden Press editions, the name Marlinspike Hall is Americanized to Hudson Manor, suggesting a location along the Hudson River in the state of New York.



  • Castle
  • Marlinspike Hall
  • Luxury
  • Château de Cheverny
  • Renaissance

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