Ackergill Tower / Ackergill, Scotland

This Scottish castle called Ackergill Tower recently hit the market for £3.9 million and it looks suited for a fairy tale. Originally built in the 15th century, the castle retains its stoney façade and fortress wall. Architect David Bryce added onto the castle during the Victorian era, bumping the bedroom count up to a mind-boggling 32. If the main castle isn’t enough, the estate comes with six cottages, a pub, a 200-person catering hall, not to mention a sizeable treehouse, billed as Europe’s largest — via Curbed

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