If you’re one of over 38 million people HBO estimates watched season 7 of Game of Thrones almost two years ago, then you’ve probably been dreaming about living in your own version of Westeros while patiently waiting for the Season 8 premiere to drop Sunday night.
In the meantime, check out these real-life homes that look like they were plucked right out of the GOT fantasy world.
Tyrion could live in this Mallorca castle
Tyrion Lannister has become a fan favorite over the years. He loves using his status and power to avenge all the past prejudice he received – even from members of his own powerful family.
Whoever buys this 14 bedroom, 4 bath castle in Mallorca, Spain might just feel like a member of the house of Lannister of Casterly Rock.
Bell Esguard, reflects a bygone era when merchants returned to their roots to build amazing homes with their new found wealth. This castle comes complete with a Neo-Gothic tower and turrets and gargoyles around every corner.
The surrounding countryside with its roses and green fields resembles Highgarden, the seat of House Tyrell.
The Eyrie of Ireland is on the shore of Kenmore Bay
This unique property overlooking the bay has beautiful panoramic views of the Caha Mountains. Is near where Game of Thrones has filmed.
It is a real-life castle surrounded by a moat that looks like it could be a stronghold of House Arryn. To reach the house, pass over a drawbridge and under a stone archway. Nearby is a cascading waterfall. Viewers will get vibes of Arryn near the east coast of Westeros, straddling the peak in the Mountains of the Moon. Hopefully, there haven’t been any scary executions performed here.
A Chalet that won’t mind Winter is Coming
This 7 bedroom chalet in Savoie, France is befitting the Night King. It features a balcony, indoor swimming pool, and steam room to keep warm from the surroundings which look like the area the Wildlings live.
Unlike Game of Thrones, you won’t be fighting battles here, but instead, enjoying one of France’s finest ski resorts just a few miles away.
Austin, Texas has its own GOT Castle
The 5,500-square-foot home in Austin could be your family’s house seat for $2.285 million. The gothic interior has stained-glass windows, artwork featuring dragons on the walls and ceilings, and kingly lion statues.
Purchased in 1992 by two artists who set about creating their own fantasy world, it would be impossible for anyone living here not to feel like they are in a very high and commanding position.
Tyrion Lannister would approve!