“Game of Thrones” fans no longer have to fantasise about being part of the popular fictional world thanks to a prime piece of real estate that’s now up for sale.
Northern Ireland’s Gosford Castle, which served as a backdrop in Season 3 of the HBO series, is on the market starting at £500,000 (about $800,000). For comparison, in March 2018, the median price of a house in Sydney was $1,150,357.
Exterior shots of the mid-1800s historical property served as Riverrun, the ancestral castle of House Tully. It’s considered to be the largest castle in the country.
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