Stage Your Own ‘Game of Thrones’ in This $30 Million Castle

Looking for a hot medieval property to stage your own “Game of Thrones”? You won’t have to travel the plains of Westeros to find such a keep, but rather the blue grass of Kentucky, where this fortified castle lists for the Lannister price of $30 million.

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Occupying 55 acres in Versailles, KY, the baronial fortress has been primarily used as an event facility but still presents itself as a formidable stronghold for any king-in-training. Lined in solid stone, the castle comes lined in soaring conical spires and battlements perfect for guarding the outer wall against an onslaught of enemy invaders.

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Inside, the castle is prime for entertaining families of the Seven Kingdoms. Of its 50 rooms, there are 16 bedroom suites and 19 full bathrooms, a great hall with massive ceilings and authentic period chandeliers, and an expansive dining room equipped to handle the largest of royal weddings.

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A barrel-vaulted ballroom has a wood-burning fireplace and a dance floor, and a stately library is stocked with a collection of leather-bound books. There’s even a music room equipped with a grand piano and standing harp.

For the sportsmen in your clan, a rooftop deck with shuffleboard, sports courts and a large swimming pool offers sufficient outlet; while a horse farm and two additional residences can be found outside the walls of this southern kingdom.

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This article was originally published by Neal J. Leitereg on Realtor.com. To see the original article, click here.

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