England’s smallest castle is for sale, and it’s not

England’s smallest castle is for sale, and it’s not as expensive as you’d expect

England’s smallest castle is for sale. The home is a Grade II castle with a .61 acre plot of land closely the village of Long Compton in Warwickshire.
This home was designed by the British architect Edward Blore as a gatehouse for the Weston Park Estate on the northern edge of Cotswolds. Blore was the architect who rebuilt Lambeth Palace and extended Buckingham Palace for Queen Victoria. The castle even comes with its own tower.

The inside is absolutely fascinating! The cast iron Victorian fireplace attach antiquity to what otherwise looks alike a modern home. Don’t worry, it also has electricity.
These spiral staircases add a sense of mystery to the atmosphere.
The kitchen is gorgeous. You can imagine you are Cinderella as you sail around the spacious room.

Even the bedroom is like a fairytale! The windows have a fantastic view of the greenery surrounding the home.
The property even has its own gardens.
You can sit by the pond or stroll by the stone path.
The castle even comes with an adorable guest house! The little home looks more usually on the outside.
But on the inside, it is the perfect getaway! Natural daylight fills the room, allowing guests to remember a simpler time.
Your dream home awaits. Now, all you need £550,000 or $688,710.

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