A mini castle has gone on sale but the price tag is not as steep as might be expected.
Set in the picturesque village of Upper Arley in Worcestershire, the two-bed semi-detached property even comes complete with its own turret.
And the cost to get your hands on your own piece of history? Arley Tower is on the market for just £268,000.
Caters A piece of history: The castle has its own turret
Admittedly, it is a little small for the average sized family – but it’s unlikely that you’ll ever find a castle in this price range again.
As well as it’s own turret, the Grade II listed building boasts an octagonal staircase and roof terrace with sweeping views over the River Severn.
It was built in a Gothic Revival style in the 1800s by Lord Mountnorris, owner of the Arley Estate.
Caters Light: The rooms in the mini castle are surprisingly spacious
On the ground floor, you’ll find two bedrooms with French doors leading from the master bedroom into the rear courtyard.
Currently being sold by upmarket estate agents Knights Frank, the first floor has a vaulted living room and balcony.
Inside, the house is surprisingly light and spacious, with modern decor and a large kitchen that looks out onto the back garden.
Located six miles from Kidderminster, the castle has been on the market for over a year after a potential sale fell through, but is still generating huge amounts of interest.
What else could you get for £268,000?
Bedsit in London (with bed above the front door): £275,000
Four bedroom detached house in Glasgow: £269,995
Seven bedroom detached house in Workington, Cumbria: £270,000
One bedroom terraced house in Oxfordshire: £260,000