The castle, which once could not afford to Queen Victoria for sale for 1.4 million. Euro.
Victoria was fascinated Norris Castle, located on the Isle of Wight. There she spent her childhood. Growing up, she decided to buy it.
However, the owner twisted too high a price for ownership, so Victoria and her husband Prince Albert refused to buy and instead built a house nearby. Later, the castle was bought by the Duke of Bedford.
When Queen Victoria 150 years ago prevented a high price to buy back the castle, the Queen Elizabeth and did not think to buy it. Castle is sold by Knight Frank for 1.4 million euros, according to Daily Mail .
Norris Castle was built in 1799. Property has 26, 000 square meters of living space, 91 hectares of land and 1.6 km of coastline.
The new owner will have to invest more than one million to restore the castle in a livable condition. After the restoration of its value could reach more than 14 million euros.
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