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Amazing Castles For Sale Around The World (38 pics)

Posted in Random » Interesting   14 Sep 2016   / 3865 views

If you dream of a castle, than your dream may come true. Here are some beautiful castles that you can buy.
 

Tower Of Lethendy, Scotland: $6 million
Taylor Swift was reportedly interested in buying this pastel pink sandstone castle last summer. Dating from the 16th century, the Tower of Lethendy near Perth, Scotland, is set in 39 acres of spectacular countryside.
Tower Of Lethendy, Scotland: $6 million
On the market with Savills, the castle boasts three elegant reception rooms, eight bedrooms and nine bathrooms – ample space for Taylor and her fabulous squad had she gone through with the purchase.
Tower Of Lethendy, Scotland: $6 million
One of the finest examples of its kind in Scotland, the library and games room is fitted with bespoke oak shelving and a stunning billiards table sourced from the famous Crucible Theatre in Sheffield, England.
Tower Of Lethendy, Scotland: $6 million
Taylor would no doubt have been impressed by the many amenities the castle has to offer, which include four guest cottages, tennis courts, a kidney-shaped swimming pool and a swish private golf course.
Castello di Carimate, Italy: $16.6 million
Prestige Property Group is marketing this spectacular castello in northern Italy, which was built in 1149 and reconstructed by the powerful Visconti family in 1345. It is currently being used as a luxury spa hotel.
Castello di Carimate, Italy: $16.6 million
Space certainly isn't an issue with this property. The castello occupies an incredible 130,000 square feet and features no less than 70 rooms, as well as a sumptuous spa, banquet hall, restaurant and even a proper portcullis.
Castello di Carimate, Italy: $16.6 million
The well-appointed interiors, which have been fully restored, are decorated with neo-gothic ribbing and exquisite frescos.
Castello di Carimate, Italy: $16.6 million
The perfect escape for high net worth individuals, the castello has an indoor pool and gym in the spa, a golf course pretty much on the doorstep and a billionaire-friendly helipad to boot.
Le Château de Pouzilhac, France: $5.5 million
Steeped in history, this Provençal château near Avignon in the south of France is the oldest property in our round-up – it was built by a crusading knight way back in the early 12th century and was once owned by French royalty.
Le Château de Pouzilhac, France: $5.5 million
Le Château de Pouzilhac is the real deal with ramparts, turrets and even a dungeon. Its 19 main rooms have been completely restored and feature a wealth of antique furnishings and original features.
Le Château de Pouzilhac, France: $5.5 million
The château's many original features are museum-quality – think medieval vaulted ceilings, Louis XIV frescos, renaissance fireplaces and baroque chandeliers.
Le Château de Pouzilhac, France: $5.5 million
There's a large courtyard within the château that features terraces, hanging gardens and a swimming pool, and the estate includes guest houses, stables and its very own chapel. The château is available via Groupe Mercure.
Glin Castle, Ireland: $7.2 million
This charming castle near Limerick in Ireland has been the ancestral home of the venerable FitzGerald clan– the Knights of Glin – for over 700 years. With no male heir to take over, the estate is now up for sale.
Glin Castle, Ireland: $7.2 million
The 21-bedroom property was rented out in the 70s to the international jet set – guests have included Mick Jagger, Marianne Faithfull and Talitha Getty – as well as the crème de la crème of Irish society.
Glin Castle, Ireland: $7.2 million
Available via Sherry FitzGerald estate agents, Glin Castle is noted for its splendid interiors, which are packed with important antiques and paintings.
Glin Castle, Ireland: $7.2 million
The castle is set in 23 acres of landscaped gardens and wooded areas, and comes with three gingerbread lodges (log cabins) and a working dairy farm.
Sauerburg Castle, Germany: $6.4 million
Sotheby's International Realty is offering the freshly renovated Sauerberg Castle in Germany's Rhine Valley, which is part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Sauerburg Castle, Germany: $6.4 million
Castles don't get a whole lot more romantic and fairytale-like than this German schloss. With its pointy towers, tumbledown walls and overgrown courtyard, you'd almost expect to discover Sleeping Beauty slumbering away in one of the bedrooms.
Sauerburg Castle, Germany: $6.4 million
The 14th-century castle, which has been converted to a luxury hotel, impresses with a total of 23 bedrooms, including a glamorous wedding suite with a blingy chandelier and hand-carved bed.
Sauerburg Castle, Germany: $6.4 million
The castle's other highlights range from an imposing great hall to a peaceful chapel, and best of all, a medieval skittle alley with its very own registry office.
Highlands Castle, New York: $12.8 million
Your chances of finding a medieval castle in the U.S. are obviously nil, but there are plenty of reproductions to choose from, including Highlands Castle in upstate New York, which was constructed just 30 years ago.
Highlands Castle, New York: $12.8 million
The brainchild of owner John Lavender, who built the property for his son, Highlands is a Disneyfied version of the quintessential castle, complete with stained glass windows, turrets, tapestries and statues of knights and lions.
Highlands Castle, New York: $12.8 million
The property comprises 10 bedrooms, a great hall, a well-stocked library and several living rooms, all decked out to look suitably olde-worlde and historic.
Highlands Castle, New York: $12.8 million
Highlands, which is up for sale via Prestige Property Group, comes with two handy guest cottages and even features a hidden room that can only be accessed through a bookshelf secret passageway.
Caverswall Castle, England: $3.9 million
Built in 1275 and remodeled as a Jacobean mansion in 1625, Caverswall Castle in Staffordshire is one of the few remaining castles in England with a proper water-filled moat surrounding its walls.
Caverswall Castle, England: $3.9 million
The Grade I-listed castle was extensively renovated in 2006 by property tycoon Robin MacDonald, who spent a cool $1.3 million overhauling the estate.
Caverswall Castle, England: $3.9 million
Caverswall Castle boats several drawing rooms, a library, billiards room and a huge kitchen, not to mention an old dungeon.
Caverswall Castle, England: $3.9 million
The 14 bedrooms are kitted out with four-poster beds, plus there are three converted turrets, an orangery and a converted gatehouse, as well as 20 acres of mature gardens and lakes. The property is being marketed by Sotheby's International Realty.
Château de Montbrun, France: $22 million
Château de Montbrun in Limousin, France was built in the 12th century and restored in the late 19th.
Château de Montbrun, France: $22 million
Like Caverswall Castle, the château's moat has survived. Inside, there are 16 bedrooms, a regal banqueting hall and a licensed tavern.
Château de Montbrun, France: $22 million
In keeping with its eye-watering price-tag, the château is super-luxurious with underfloor heating, hot tubs and hand-finished decoration.
Château de Montbrun, France: $22 million
You also get a generous 165 hectares of land with several houses, barns, lakes and various water wells for your $22 million. The estate is up for sale via Allez-Français.
Castel Valer, Italy: $34 million
This enchanting castle is the most expensive in our round-up, and we can see why. The castle, set in the foothills of the Italian Alps, has belonged to the aristocratic Spaur family since 1368.
Castel Valer, Italy: $34 million
The castle has 80 rooms and is inhabited by the Count and Countessa Spaur zu Flavon und Valer. Could you imagine a medieval banquet in the dining room (pictured)?
Castel Valer, Italy: $34 million
The castle sits in 12 acres of forest, with six acres of apple orchards, and 'countless' terraced gardens. Think of what you could do with that space!
Castel Valer, Italy: $34 million
There are 15 bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, five kitchens and two chapels inside the castle, which is spread over 35,520 square feet. All rooms within the castle have been carefully restored by the Count and Countessa to the original 16th-century and Baroque, Gothic and Romanesque architecture.
Castel Valer, Italy: $34 million
But let's not forget the other essentials too, like a wine cellar (pictured), library, pool and sauna.
Castel Valer, Italy: $34 million
One of the two chapels (pictured) boasts artwork (frescos) by 15th-century master Italian painters Battista and Giovanni Baschenis from the Bergamo region.



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