Photo: Maison Real Estate

Game of Thrones fans, gather up all of your Gold Dragons.

Part of the Gosford Castle, AKA part of the set of GoT, is on the market in Northern Ireland. The property, also known as RiverRun in Westeros, is going for £500,000, about a cool $652,678.

The castle features 99 beds, 10 bathrooms, and no heating, so be careful when winter is coming.

According to Maison Real Estate, the castle was built in the mid-1800s by the 2nd Earl of Gosform, Archibal Acheson. It was occupied by the family until it was commandeered and used to accommodate troops during the Second World War.

h/t E! News

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