Are you the ultimate “Game of Thrones” fan? Are you sure? Because maybe you can’t lay claim to that unless you pony up $656,452 for the castle in Northern Ireland that has served the series as Riverrun Castle, the ancestral home of Catelyn Stark.
Gosford Castle — or, you know, Riverrun, was of course also the site of the Red Wedding from the HBO show’s third season as well.
But even if you’re not a Game of Thrones fan, the history behind the castle and the income property potential might also sway you toward opening up your bank account.
Maison Real Estate, who has the listing, explains that the Norman Revival-style castle was built in the mid-1800s by the second Earl of Gosford, Archibald Acheson, and was designed by London architect Thomas Hopper. Occupied by a succession of earls until 1921, it was commandeered during World War II and used to house troops, and a POW camp was established on the castle grounds.
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