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