THIS magic house would be perfect for knights on a budget — or families with Harry Potter-loving kids.
In place of a barn, the £550,000 terraced house has a castle with a watchtower at the end of the garden.
The fortress, built by a previous owner, may look grand with its cracked stone masonry and stained glass windows but there is no room behind its imposing facade.
The castle has only 6 square feet of interior space, making it 36,000 times smaller than Alnwick Castle, twice as much as Hogwarts in the Harry Potter movies.
And it’s 80,000 times smaller than Windsor Castle.
Thankfully, there’s plenty of family space in the house, which features three bedrooms, two lounges and a newly fitted L-shaped kitchen.
Estate agent John Payne said: “We think a buyer with children would love the back garden, which is primarily grassed with a stone ‘castle’ just outside the flower and shrub boundaries. .
The new owner won’t need the knight’s steed for transport, as the home in Abbey Wood, south-east London, is said to be conveniently located for rail links.
Abbey Wood Station is nearby, on the capital’s Crossrail and Elizabeth lines.
One local said: ‘I showed my castle-loving preschooler this property and he immediately asked if we could change houses so he could have a castle.
Another said: “It’s really rad. I would spend more time in the back garden if I had this when I was a kid!”
A neighbor added: ‘Abbey Wood isn’t really famous for castles so this is interesting.
“It was a great selling feature.”
But one local was even more skeptical.
“I’m surprised they didn’t try to list the castle as a spin-off,” he said.