A 14th-Century Castle In France
Dating back to 1450-1480, this castle has a quadrangular main building flanked by two towers and a staircase tower. It has three floors, a spiral staircase, and large vaulted cellars, all in ruins. But if you’re ready to put in the work, you can live in this historic monument. There’s a circular garden facing the castle, several bedrooms, a living room, a fireplace, and an attic. You’ll even have a barn the remains of a moat and an old bread oven. If you’re ready to hand over €274k ($290k), then this can be yours (Castleist).