• A beautiful castle on the Isle of Man has gone on the market for £4 million (around R72 million).
  • Called Harold Tower, the gothic design castle was built around 1830, and has eight luxurious bedrooms.
  • The Isle of Man is ideal local for the rich as it offers favourable strategies for corporate and personal tax.  

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.

The home was once occupied by John Martin, the painter of The Plains of Heaven, and was later used as a hotel.

Harold Tower is on sale through property group Knight Frank and has been fully refurbished with a wine cellar and big-screen entertainment room.

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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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