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Be king of the (mini) castle... <br />
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A quirky 116-year-old mini castle that has a tower roof terrace with far-reaching views is on the market for £925,000.<br />
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Grade II Listed High Morland Lodge is a five-storey Italianate property that has been sympathetically restored by its current owner.<br />
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The elaborate home in Knutsford, Cheshire, was originally built in 1905 as a gatehouse and designed by Richard Harding-Watt, who was a well-know designer in the area and lived in the same road as this property until 1913.<br />
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Most of the living space is spread over the three lower floors, with a roof terrace at the fourth storey and an office at the top to make the most of the impressive views.