Price: GBP Euro 1.99 million (USD $3.16 million)
Square Footage: 15,586
Grounds: 6 acres
Severn Stoke Bank is a Grade II listed - meaning it has been placed on the U.K.'s Statutory List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest - gothic-style castle, which dates back to the 19th century. Refurbished by the 8th Earl of Coventry in the late 18th and early 19th century, the Queen Mother is said to have stayed here during the war. It was finally sold by the Croome Estate in the early 1980's, reputedly as a consequence of a gambling debt. Set in six acres of formal gardens and parkland, it also contains stables and an indoor swimming pool, additional land of 16.25 acres including woodland and river frontage, is available by separate negotiation.