Britain’s smallest castle is up for grabs and it will cost you no more than a medium sized flat in London, so let the fairytale begin!
Molly’s Lodge is a Grade II-listed castled that is located near the village of Long Compton in Warwickshire. Originally, it was a gatehouse for the Weston Park Estate on the northern edge of Cotswolds.
The miniature castle was built in the 1830s by Edward Blore, a famous British architect who was also in charge of the Buckingham Palace extension under Queen Victoria.
Molly’s Lodge is just as stunning on the inside as on the outside. It’s fully functioning with one bedroom, bathroom and living room as well as a dining room with mullion windows and a cast iron Victorian fireplace.
If this sounds like a dream come true and you’ve got £550,000 to spare, then your fairytale is about to begin here.