While the reports that Transylvania's Bran Castle (a.k.a. the fictional home of Count Dracula) was on the market sadly aren't true, there are still plenty of castles that are for sale. Here are a few that you could move into tomorrow if, you know, you just happen to have a few extra million lying around to blow.
Asking Price: $1.1 million
Up until 2000, this 14th-century castle was open to the public for guided tours. Now the only way you can see it is by buying it. Considering it's more affordable than most Manhattan one-bedroom apartments, it's kind of a deal.
Asking Price: $1.7 million
This 11th-century castle just south of the Lake District has been converted into apartments, so technically you're only buying the library wing. That still includes four bedrooms and a private terrace. Not too shabby.
Asking Price: $2.1 million
Live out all of your Outlander fantasies in this 16th-century castle in the Scottish countryside. If you don't have several million to spend on this castle (I mean, who does?), you can still pretend like you own it at least for a night or two: the current owners still run it as a B&B.
Asking Price: $4.1 million
Located on a peninsula south of Stockholm, this 18th-century Rococo castle is worthy of royalty. It's built on land that belonged to Sweden's King Charles VIII in the 1400s.
Asking Price: $5.5 million
While you can't buy Downton Abbey, you can buy this Jacobean castle that looks pretty similar.
Asking Price: $6.5 million
The owners of this medieval castle — located 50 miles west of Frankfurt — completely renovated it in 2004 so you can move in whenever you want.
Asking Price: $7.8 million
This 20-bedroom castle in the countryside north of Lisbon has more than enough space to put up all of your best friends when they visit (if you own a castle they will visit).
Asking Price: $8.9 million
Even though this beachfront castle in the O.C. was only built in 1990, it comes with all the of classic details — turrets, parapets and all.
Asking Price: $10.6 million
Diane Lane had her villa in Under The Tuscan Sun — but you could have a castle and you don't even have to renovate it.
Asking Price: $10.7 million
If living in a castle sounds great except for the whole maintaining a realllly old building thing, this house that was only built in 2006 might be more your style. It comes with a massive indoor pool, a wine tasting room and a home theater.
Asking Price: $11.2 million
This 20-bedroom castle — located 20 minutes south of Marrakech — is currently a hotel but you could easily turn it into a private home all for yourself.
Asking Price: $15.7 million
Jane Austen fans, bookmark this one: Even though this 18th-century château is in France, doesn't it look like something ripped from the pages of Pride and Prejudice?
Asking Price: $22.3 million
This 12th-century château is rumored to be the place where Richard the Lionheart (a.k.a. King Richard from Disney's Robin Hood if English history isn't your best subject) died from an arrow injury.
Asking Price: Price upon request
This Baroque-inspired palace dates back to the 1920s and is located on the water in a UNESCO World Heritage Site just outside of Berlin.