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Miniature 'castle' goes on sale in Warwickshire

A unique property has gone on sale, offering buyers the opportunity to own their own miniature castle in the Warwickshire countryside.

The property is known as Molly’s Lodge and was built in 1834 by Edward Blore. Credit: Savills

The property is known as Molly’s Lodge and was built in 1834 by Edward Blore, who had previously helped extend Buckingham Palace before it became the royal home.

It could be all yours for £550,000.

The estate agents say the most unique part of this house is definitely the exterior - with a the pyramidal slate roof, stone mullion windows and limestone corner turrets.

Although not technically a true castle, the builder hoped the exterior gave the appearance of a grand fortress.

It is found close to Shipston-on-Stour, a market town close to the Cotswolds and the Worcestershire/Oxfordshire border with Warwickshire.

The 'master bedroom' fit for any king or queen! Credit: Savills
Fully furnished kitchen. Credit: Savills
The living room complete with fireplace. Credit: Savills
The hall complete with a spiral staircase. Credit: Savills
Although not technically a true castle, this exterior definitely gives the appearance of a grand fortress. Credit: Savills
The property also comes with scenic gardens. Credit: Savills

This property is up for sale by Savills and can be viewed here .