The tiniest castle in England is for sale

The words 'castle' and 'cute' are usually anything but synonymous, yet in this case, we can't think of a better pairing.

Sure, you've heard of tiny homes — after all, they're seem to be forever on-trend — but tiny castles seem to be quite the untapped market.

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Sitting on 0.61 acres of land, the smallest castle in all of England just hit the market.

Named Molly's Lodge, the cute little architectural dream is a certified Grade II Listed castle that originally served as a gatehouse for the Weston Park Estate in the village of Long Compton (in Warwickshire, England).

The humble abode boasts the basics — One bedroom, one bathroom, and a living room complete with a Victorian fireplace.

Take a look inside of Molly's Lodge:

But the magic is in the details for this quaint castle.

Completed with finishings iconic of most royal residences — Stone archways, oak doors, stone mullion windows — the interior aesthetic and touches make one feel truly regal.

Outside, the castle is surrounded by a lush pond, kitchen garden (containing fruits, vegetables and a chicken run) and various fruit-bearing trees (plum, pear and apple, to name a few.)

The property is listed for £550,000 (roughly $690,000) but the listing prices also includes Molly's Mews, a second building on the property that offers a one-bedroom apartment with a double garage.

The listing notes that best and final offers must be submitted by April 19, so if you're looking to make a jump, you'd better act fast!

Now, check out this Dublin castle that hit the market for $10M:

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