England's Smallest Castle

Unlike other castles, Molly’s Lodge is England’s smallest, but don’t let its size fool you. This cozy castle features all the modern luxuries you’d expect in a home, including Wi-Fi and cable television. To be more specific, it’s a Grade II castle located on a 0.61-acre plot of land near Long Compton in Warwickshire. It was built by Edward Blore in the 1830s, the same British architect who was in charge of restoring Lambeth Palace and extending Buckingham Palace for Queen Victoria. Continue reading for a look inside.

Molly’s Lodge – England’s Smallest Castle

Molly's Lodge England's Smallest Castle
Molly's Lodge England's Smallest Castle
Molly's Lodge England's Smallest Castle
Molly's Lodge England's Smallest Castle
Molly's Lodge England's Smallest Castle
Molly's Lodge England's Smallest Castle

“Inside, it’s a fully functioning home, with one bedroom, a bathroom, living room, decorative spiral staircase and dining room complete with mullion windows and cast iron Victorian fireplace. For those seriously interested, it costs £550,000,” reports Bored Panda.

Molly’s Mews – Guest House

Molly's Lodge England's Smallest Castle
Molly's Lodge England's Smallest Castle
Molly's Lodge England's Smallest Castle
Molly's Lodge England's Smallest Castle