Historical estate goes on the market with castle ruins once the home of Richard III and Henry VIII

Historical estate goes on the market with castle ruins once the home of Richard III and Henry VIIIOriginally built in 1382, the castle was a favorite residence and seat of regional government for some of the most charismatic figures in English history. It has been in disuse for three and a half centuries, and the stone was plundered to build neighboring homes. Now just four corners remain.



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