A castle featured in the hit HBO series Game of Thrones was sold after being put on the market with an asking price of £500,000.
Gosford Castle, known as Riverrun to fans of the show, was built in the mid-19th century and designed by architect Thomas Hopper.
It is located in Co Armagh and surrounded by 590 acres of forest.
Gosford Castle was named the 2nd Earl of Gosford, who had the property built.
It served as a military base for the British Army during World War II and then again throughout the Troubles in Northern Ireland.
In more recent years it was used as a luxury hotel, before being purchased by Gosford Castle Development Ltd in 2006, who planned to convert it into luxury apartments.
The portion of the castle sold is partially developed and would is ready to be converted in six 3,500 square feet apartments.
Fans of Game of Thrones will recognise Gosford Castle as Riverrun, which was ruled by the Tullys and used by the Starks before being awarded to Lord Frey by the Lannisters following the Red Wedding massacre that saw the brutal slaughter of some of the show’s key characters.