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  • The 72,000 square feet Chateau Pensmore atop an Ozark mountain

    At 72,000 square feet, the all concrete Chateau Pensmore is being constructed in the hills South of Springfield, Mo, near Highlandville by owner Steven T. Huff. Upon completion, Huff says the house will withstand an earthquake, bomb blast and a direct hit from an F-5 tornado.

At 72,000 square feet, the all concrete Chateau Pensmore is being constructed in the hills South of Springfield, Mo, near Highlandville by owner Steven T. Huff. Upon completion, Huff says the house will withstand an earthquake, bomb blast and a direct hit from an F-5 tornado. jsleezer@kcstar.com
At 72,000 square feet, the all concrete Chateau Pensmore is being constructed in the hills South of Springfield, Mo, near Highlandville by owner Steven T. Huff. Upon completion, Huff says the house will withstand an earthquake, bomb blast and a direct hit from an F-5 tornado. jsleezer@kcstar.com

Atop an Ozark mountain, Chateau Pensmore is a mansion built for millennia

December 28, 2015 1:50 PM