A beautiful castle on the Isle of Man has gone on the market for a cool £4 million (around R72 million).
Called Harold Tower, the gothic design castle was built around 1830, and has eight luxurious bedrooms.
Drone footage shows the castle overlooks a bay at Douglas Head with scenic views of rolling green countryside.
Harold Tower is on sale through property group Knight Frank and has been fully refurbished with a wine cellar and big-screen entertainment room.
The British Crown Dependency is situated between England and Ireland in the Irish Sea and is a 60 minute flight from London.
According to the property group the Isle of Man offers favourable strategies for corporate and personal tax, including a 0% rate of corporation tax for most businesses; no capital or inheritance tax; personal tax of 20%; and tax cap policy subject to five year election.
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