This ‘Game of Thrones’ castle is up for sale

Gosford Castle a filming location used in HBO's Game of Thrones

Gosford Castle a filming location used in HBO's Game of Thrones

The Riverrun castle that was featured in Game of Thrones season 3 as the home of House Tully is for sale (in real life).

With 10 bathrooms and over 15 bedrooms, a portion of Gosford Castle, in County Armagh, Northern Ireland, could be yours for a mere £500,000, less than the price of the average London flat, £574,586. You might say it's a good place to get ahead - or at least, a head. It was built in the mid-1800's by the 2nd Earl of Gosford, Archibald Acheson.

Maison Real Estate describes the possibilities for Gosford as "endless and only on inspection can this castle and its handsome location be truly appreciated". The facility is partially developed.

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"Game of Thrones" fans no longer have to fantasize about being part of the popular fictional world thanks to a prime piece of real estate that's now up for sale.

The online listing notes the castle has been converted into six luxury apartments at 3,500 square feet each. It's unknown what the rent might be on those apartments.

While Riverrun isn't as important to Thrones readers and viewers as the Stark's home of Winterfell, it was home to Catelyn Stark's family, House Tully, before the creepy Freys took it over. After all, it's not every day that you can live like a lord inside George R.R. Martin's classic A Song of Ice and Fire.

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