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Britain's cutest castle! Two-bedroom Grade II listed building in Cheshire goes on market for £925K

They say a man's home is his castle - well that can truly be the case after this pint-sized version complete with parapets, turrets and battlements emerged for sale.

The two-bedroom property, described as a 'unique mini castle', presents the opportunity to live like a royal for a cut-price - having recently hit the market for £925,000.

Despite being marketed as a residence, High Morland Lodge in Knutsford, Cheshire, looks more like the perfect venue for a medieval banquet than your average two up two down.

High Morland Lodge, in Knutsford, Cheshire, (pictured) has hit the market for the first time in 44 years at a price of £925,000

Grade II listed property's main accommodation is split over three floors and then extends into a tower onto two more levels

The property has been brought back to life by its current owner. Pictured: the home's bespoke kitchen with Danish log burner

High Morland Lodge is equally as ostentatious on the inside, with a whole host of lavish furnishings and period-style features

Pictured: High Morland Lodge features a cosy sitting room with French doors, an open fireplace and a Juliet balcony 

It comes complete with fort-like towers, a grand gateway, parapets, turrets and battlements.

High Morland is equally as ostentatious on the inside, with a whole host of lavish furnishings and period-style features, similar to the sets seen in recent Netflix hit Bridgerton.

The Grade II listed property is being sold by a long-time owner through Savills estate agents.

Jamie Carter, from Savills Knutsford, said: 'This is an incredibly rare opportunity to acquire such a unique property located on one of Knutsford's most prestigious roads.

'On the market for the first time in over 44 years, this property combines wonderful accommodation and character with incredibly impressive views.

'Situated just a short walk from restaurants and specialist shops in the pretty town centre, the surrounding area is well served by a number of good schools.'

The first floor comprises a stunning master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and a bathroom with bath and shower facilities

The lower ground floor offers a guest bedroom with modern en-suite facilities. Pictured: One of the home's two bedrooms

Pictured: The kitchen leads to a dining area and conservatory overlooking the beautiful and secluded courtyard garden

Mr Carter added: 'A chance to own your own mini castle doesn't come around too often.'

The building was dreamed up by eminent Victorian-era designer Richard Harding-Watt and originally erected in 1905 as a gatehouse.

It has been brilliantly brought back to life since its current owner purchased it 44 years ago.

The main accommodation is arranged over three floors and then extends up into a tower to two more levels, which make the most of the wonderful views and roof terrace.

A gravelled driveway leads to the front door and provides parking for three cars.

There is an immaculate courtyard garden leading from the conservatory and winding down to the lower ground floor.

Moving up through the tower, there is access to this peaceful roof terrace where there is space to sit out and enjoy the views

There is an immaculate courtyard garden leading from the home's conservatory and winding down to the lower ground floor

The building was dreamed up by Victorian-era designer Richard Harding-Watt and originally erected in 1905 as a gatehouse

The home is situated in a desirable area of Knutsford and is a short walk to the town centre. Pictured: the rear courtyard

The property is entered through reclaimed glass doors to a light and airy hallway leading through to the bespoke fitted kitchen with Danish log burner.

Continuing through is a dining area and conservatory overlooking the courtyard garden, and sitting room with French doors, an open fireplace and a Juliet balcony.

The lower ground floor offers a guest bedroom with modern en-suite facilities and access out to the courtyard.

The first floor comprises a stunning master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and a bathroom with bath and shower facilities.

Moving up the tower, you reach the next level with a seating area and access out to the roof terrace with plenty of space for table and chairs to sit and enjoy the views.

The top level of the tower has a space to work on your laptop and enjoy the stunning beautiful extensive views.

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