White Salmon castle
Move to 92 Fordyce Rd White Salmon, WA to live in a castle. (Zillow.com)

Gothic-style castle for sale in Washington

Are you just dying to live like Kate and Will or study in a Hogwarts-style dining hall?

Now's your chance because there's a castle for sale in White Salmon, Washington.

"It's very rare to find a full-size castle anywhere in the country, much less in the Northwest, but when you drop down into it, it feels like you've gone back to medieval times," said Maui Meyer, of Copperwest Properties.

According to Zillow, the 5,616 sq. foot castle, which sits alongside the White Salmon River, has four bedrooms and three bathrooms. It was built in 1988 and sits on almost 30 acres.

Not only does it feature Gothic architecture, but it also has its own pond and tepee.

Meyer said the previous owner wanted to live in a castle before he died, so urban legend has it he built one to look like the European castle where he and his wife were married.

It's all yours for $1.2 million.

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