Sitting pretty on 0.61 acres of land, 19th century-built Molly's Lodge is going for £550,000, (which translates roughly to $687,000 USD), according to Business Insider. On the northern edge of the Cotswolds on the southern tip of Warwickshire, it's remote enough to feel like you're hiding from the paparazzi, but close to more cosmopolitan areas like Chipping Norton, Moreton-in-Marsh, Shipston-on-Stour by railway (that is, if you're not opting for a personal chauffeur while you're at it!).
It has two reception rooms (which we can only assume is where lucky occupants host grand royal affairs), all surrounded by lush gardens, an orchard and a charming stone-dotted pond. There's a brick inglenook fireplace in the sitting room, and still room for a wrought iron spiral staircase in the entrance hall. So yeah, it might be on the small side for castle standards, but make no mistake — it's certainly fit for a teen queen and her whole monarchy.
Plus, the property was designed by Edward Blore who is famous for finalizing John Nash's design of Buckingham Palace, so it's pretty much a national monument by extension.
This story originally appeared on Teen Vogue.
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