The spectacular property (Image: North Information & Footage Ltd)
A shocking sixteenth century citadel in Northumberland is in the marketplace for a similar worth as a one-bed flat in London.
Coupland Fortress, which was as soon as owned by a legendary pirate slayer, is on sale for £1.9m – simply £5,000 costlier than a one-bed flat in Sloane Sq..
The Grade-I listed citadel boasts a wine cellar, stables and 11 bedrooms that are set over 4 flooring.
The grounds are additionally residence to 2 residences: a cottage and a lodge – each of which have three bedrooms every. So there’s no want to fret about area for company.
It sits on 25 acres of land (Image: North Information & Footage Ltd)
Calm down with a guide (Image: North Information & Footage Ltd)
Match for a banquet (Image: North Information & Footage Ltd)
But it surely’s not simply the interiors that are extremely spectacular. The property sits of 25 acres of land, with stables and paddocks for budding equestrians, alongside unimaginable views of the Cheviot Hills, mature gardens and woodland.
The property can be dripping in historical past, having previously been the residence of sailor Sir Chaloner Ogle in 1713 – a person who defeated treacherous pirate Black Bart.
Also referred to as Bartholomew Roberts, Black Bart terrorised the Caribbean capturing 456 ships in his quick profession and was essentially the most profitable pirate within the ‘Golden Age of Piracy.’
One of many residing rooms (Image: North Information & Footage Ltd)
A decadent hallway (Image: North Information & Footage Ltd)
The property is hidden away within the countryside, however nonetheless has good hyperlinks to main cities.
It’s positioned within the picturesque market city of Wooler – the place, in accordance with Rightmove, the typical worth of a home is round £190k.
It comes with its personal cottage (Image: North Information & Footage Ltd)
A beautiful little area (Image: North Information & Footage Ltd)
Should you’re on the lookout for extra property inspiration, the Canadian mansion where Leonardo DiCaprio stayed while filming The Revenant is up for auction and a manor house once owned by Mary Shelley’s rich uncle-in-law is up for sale – you simply want a spare £2.25m within the financial institution.
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