Game of Thrones is slowly but surely coming to an end—and most of us aren't entirely sure how the characters' fates will turn out. Will everyone become a White Walker? Is Daenerys going to rule the seven kingdoms? What happens after the show ends? While these questions have us pondering the fate of the Iron Throne and mourning the end of one of the greatest shows on television, there's another way you can keep the magic of Westeros alive—and not just with themed decor—but by owning a part of it.
A portion of Gosford Castle, a mid-1800s castle in Northern Ireland that was used as Riverrun Castle and Catelynn Stark's childhood home in the fantasy show, is now being sold for around $656,000. That's right—you could own a piece of important House Tully history (at least on the show) and make your own happily every after, one that the rest of the great house couldn't reach.
The castle was used for exterior shots of Riverrun in season three and was also used in the important scene where—spoiler alert!—Robb Stark executed Rickard Karstark for treason.
The Gosford Castle was purchased in 2006 by Gosford Castle Development Limited and put through around $5 million in renovations, turning it into 23 luxury residences that can be sold. The portion that's for sale in particular will have six luxury apartments that each have an average of 3,500 square feet, and some even will have private rooftop gardens.
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