This place is straight out of a fairy-tale.
A property currently listed in Calgary’s real estate market is a little different from your regular run-of-the-mill house.
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Featuring six spiral staircases, a lookout tower, spacious courtyards, and an actual bridge, the building at 1108 Premier Way SW is the closest you’ll get to a castle without visiting Medieval Times.
Naturally, it’s located in the city’s Upper Mount Royal Community.
While it may be missing a moat, stable, or garrison of archers (you could potentially supply those yourself, but we’d suggest checking city by-laws first), this place is still giving off seriously royal vibes.
You’ll be able to entertain your noble friends in the dance hall/games room, as well as providing guest rights to any wandering adventurers with your four bedroom accommodations.
Originally built in 1946, the $1.75 million stronghold has recently been renovated and outfitted for only the most lordly of owners – or whoever happens to buy it, of course.
At 0.21 acres there isn’t as much land to reign over as you’d expect – and hardly a peasant to be seen – but you could always consider annexing your neighbours lot and bringing it into the king’s domain*.
*ADVISORY: please do not attempt to steal your neighbour’s lawn, no matter how ripe the spoils of war may appear.