Yep, this is an actual castle.

Take a look around: Mind-boggling £1.1m Lancashire castle with a moat once visited by Charlotte Brontë

One's home is their castle, or so the truism goes. But that rarely refers to an actual castle. This, however, is an actual castle: Thurland Castle. And you could live in a literal castle and take on the title as Lord for £1,100,000.


Visited by John Ruskin and explored by Charlotte Brontë, Thurland Castle is a historic leviathan. There are countless rooms, the grounds are majestic, and the drawing room was once the castle's ballroom. This is a stunning home. Do yourself a favour and take a look around...

Thurland Castle dates back to the 11th century.
Thurland Castle dates back to the 11th century.
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The property in question constitutes the principal wing of this historic Grade II moated castle.
The property in question constitutes the principal wing of this historic Grade II moated castle.
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The stunning castle also comes with a Lordship, and let's face it, who doesn't want to be Lord of the Manor?
The stunning castle also comes with a Lordship, and let's face it, who doesn't want to be Lord of the Manor?
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The reception room alone is larger than most houses...
The reception room alone is larger than most houses...
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