We’re still anxiously awaiting the final season of Game Of Thrones, but we’ve still got months upon months before that graces our lives.
In the meantime, we’re re-watching past seasons, pondering over the questions we REALLY need answered, and are totally considering taking out a loan to own this Game Of Thrones' castle that has just gone on the market in Ireland…
Gosford Castle in Northern Island appeared in two seasons of the smash hit show, acting as a stand-in for Riverrun - the home of House Tully and Caitlin Stark, which later gets taken over by Walder Frey and is used as the venue for the ‘Red Wedding’.
A portion of the mid-1800’s structure is currently being converted into apartments, as developers plan to turn one section of the grand castle into six apartments, each with three to five bedrooms!
Surrounding the castle is more than 500 acres of forest, so you’d have some great tranquility.
The property listing reads:
"Built in the mid-1800s by the 2nd Earl of Gosford, Archibald Acheson, Gosford Castle is a grade A listed building.
"It was designed in the Norman Revival style by London architect Thomas Hopper and was occupied by the Earls of Gosford until 1921. During the Second World War, the castle was commandeered and used to accommodate troops and [a] prisoner of war camp was set up in the estate.”
If you’ve got a tonne of moolah, then you might want to get in on this - because agents are accepting overs above $880,000 AUD.
That’s actually cheaper than the median house price in Sydney and only slightly above Melbourne!
Find out all about it HERE!