This fairytale mansion would be noticeable anywhere but especially among Grand Bahama’s nondescript architecture. That is precisely why the 46 acre property on the island’s highest elevation has become a symbol for determination and hard work. The owner was born into a poor family in 1931. As an adult, Reverend Harvard Cooper became a successful entrepreneur. He owned franchises for Kentucky Fried Chicken, Burger King and Pizza Hut plus other businesses including a chicken farm. His family still lives in the estate. Tours are available. The castle can also be rented as an event venue.