A historical palace near Hadrian's Wall is on sale for under the price of a typical semi-detached residence in London.
Blenkinsopp Castle, which boasts four bed rooms and two reception spaces, is on the market for £325, 000.
While interior photos reveal just what could be any home, views through the outside of the palace in Greenhead, Northumbria, program turreted wall space and incredible rock masonry.
A collection of 14th century medieval damages may also be contained in the price. The average cost of a semi-detached home in London happens to be above £500, 000.
Built by the Blenkinsopp family in 1339, the palace has served as a family group home and a hotel and had been put into by William Lyle Blenkinsopp Coulson inside 1880s.
It comes detailed with a Pele tower - a kind of strengthened watch tower which was added in the 19th century - and it is nestled in a hamlet of 70 domiciles.
Rumour has actually it the castle is haunted because of the widow of Bryan de Blenkinsopp because he left her when she refused to tell him in which she had hidden the woman treasure upper body.
The upper body ended up being never found and "The White Lady" is believed to wander the corridors.
Despite being ravaged by a fire in 1954 when it ended up being a guest household, the home was lovingly restored and it is today a Grade II detailed imposing residence fit for a lord or lady.
Ailsa Mather, from property representative Andrew Coulson, said: "It's an amazing property. The annals for the location alone makes it well worth the ordinary cost along with the undeniable fact that it is an attractive and practical house.