Gate lodge to the Weston Park estate.

It was built in the 1830s by Edward Blore, who completed the expansion of Buckingham Palace for Queen Victoria in an impressive way. Now known as Molly's Lodge, the remote gatehouse is surrounded by trees and was originally used as the gateway to the Weston Park estate.
The monumental building is located near the village of Long Compton in Warwickshire and has only one bedroom. The little castle is on the market for £ 550,000 and comes with a separate stables house on the site which includes a garage, home office and an outbuilding with living space, kitchenette, double bedroom and separate bathroom. With its pyramidal roof, turrets and walls, the building looks like a castle
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Gate lodge to the Weston Park estate.
Gate lodge to the Weston Park estate.

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