Each of the 7 rooms is very spacious and comfortable, as well as more modern than the exterior of the castle might lead you to believe. The castle is also quite a bargain! It's being let for £346 (or roughly $500) per week. That'stwelve times cheaper than a studio flat in Chelsea, London! The only catch is the whole ghost thing.
The outside of the castle looks a little rough because it features actual ruins from a medieval castle. It was converted into a mock-Gothic home by an architect in the 1830s, and now boasts all kinds of modern amenities. (...And the ghost.)
The castle also features extensive grounds with a walled garden, lawns, stables and an orchard. There's also an old sycamore on the grounds known as the hanging tree where royalist Cavaliers are said to have executed parliamentary troops. This listing won't last long (unlike the ghost, which has been haunting it for centuries), so be sure to act quick if you'd like to move in!
In 1889, George Starrett built this beautiful mansion for his wife Ann in Port Townsend, Washington. No expense was spared for his "queen," and as a result the house is exquisite and very unique. It even features a beautiful solarium in the 8-sided tower. It also features a "female manifestation with red hair" and a male spirit ”” thought to be George and Ann themselves!
In 1754, Captain William Grant built this Connecticut home for his wife and children. He later died at sea, but the house was home to the Grant family for multiple generations. Now the home is open as a bed and breakfast, and one room in particular ”” the Adelaide Room ”” is said to be the most haunted. One guest claims to have seen the ghost of a woman in Colonial-era garb holding hands with two children.
The Foley House Inn is located in Savannah, Georgia and was built in 1896. Almost 100 years later, in 1987, construction workers tore down a wall and found a human skeleton inside it. Most people believe that the skeleton belonged to someone who was murdered, and whose body was then hidden inside the wall. The ghost who haunts this locale is (appropriately) named Wally.