The grade II listed building, which comes with just a single bedroom, once served as a former gatehouse to the Weston Park Estate.
But now, Molly’s Lodge sits surrounded by trees in a 0.61 acre site near the village of Long Compton in Warwickshire.
The tiny castle was constructed in the 1830s by Edward Blore, a famous British architect who also restored Lambeth Palace and completed the enlargement of Buckingham Palace for Queen Victoria.
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