So you're a big fan of 'Game of Thrones' and you're thinking about moving into a new place. How would you like to take up residence at Riverrun?
The castle that was used in the show has been listed for sale on the Maison Real Estate website, and all things considered, it's actually fairly affordable.
The owner is accepting offers of £500,000 and over. Which translates to about $677,400. That's less than the cost of a median-priced home in Los Angeles.
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The castle is located in Northern Ireland and it's real name is Gosford Castle. It was used in season three of GOT. It's the ancestral home of Catelyn Stark's family and the castle where Robb Stark* was born, though he was raised at Winterfell.
*Author's note: It was brought to our attention that we originally incorrectly reported that Robb Stark was decapitated at Riverrun, when he was actually decapitated at the Twins.