Here’s a piece of news for GOT fans in the house! A beautiful castle from the hit TV show is now up for grabs! Situated in Northern Ireland, the Gosford Castle, as it is called, has made several appearances in the GOT backdrop, and is now listed on sale with ‘endless possibilities’ for development.
The stunning property is perched right outside Markethill is County Armagh and is listed by Maison Real Estate. Built in the 1800’s, the castle is in fairly good shape and boasts of over 15 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms and 10 reception rooms with an upcoming hotel also included the development pipeline. It was originally designed by revered London architect, Thomas Hopper in classic Norman Revival style and has undergone several upgrades in its tenure. A piece of trivia also states that the legendary castle was commandeered and used to accommodate troops and a prisoner of war camp during the Second World War.
The stately structure was previously occupied by the Earls of Gosford until 1921 and was later passed down to different owners. It was used as a backdrop in Game of Thrones only recently, after which the castle became a legend of sorts in the public eye. The property claims a great scope for re-development and is already receiving a lot of interest as stated by a Maison Real Estate spokesperson. While there is no official word on its price, the castle is sure to cost millions or more.