Good news for you! Britain’s smallest castle is up for sale and it costs £550,000, which is cheaper than a mid-sized flat in London. The small castle is Molly’s Lodge, a Grade II-listed castle located near the village of Long Compton in Warwickshire. This castle sits on a 0.61-acre plot of land. It was originally a gatehouse for the Weston Park Estate and was built by Edward Blore, a famous British architect, in the 1830s. He was also the person who restored Lambeth Palace and extended Buckingham Palace for Queen Victoria.
The turrets have polygonal corner and stone mullion windows.
Let’s take a look inside the castle. It has one bedroom, a bathroom, a living room, a dining room, and a fireplace.
It also has a decorative spiral staircase.
The small castle includes the gardens with an ornamental pond, cottage garden, vegetable patch, and small orchard.
Molly’s Mews can be the perfect home for your horses.
In addition, there is a single garage with two open bay carports and secure home office.
The external stairs will lead you to one bedroom annex. This bedroom can be used for your visitors while they staying overnight.
The annex has living space, kitchenette, bedroom, and bathroom.
Source: bored panda, right move UK
Originally posted 2017-04-21 05:29:13.