A unique castle-style house has gone on sale in Washington State for $2.3 million.
No detail was spared in making the home fit for royalty, with turrets, suits of armor and even a dragon sculpture in the grounds.
The medieval-style home is in the city of Monroe, 30 miles east of Seattle, and sits on 18.75 acres of private land.
A gated entrance leads to the four-bedroom property, with looming turrets and hanging flags transporting guests right back to the Middle Ages.
Inside, the entry has an Italian marble floor, with imported fixtures and woodwork, leading on to the great hall with cathedral ceiling and suits of armor giving it an authentic feel.
The dining room doubles as a library, with scores of old books carefully watched over by a number of "knights" – some of the many full-size suits of armor posed in the home.
Another iron-clad champion lurks in the corner of the lounge, propped up next to one of few reminders that the home exists in the 21st century – a flatscreen TV.
The kitchen is similarly decked out with modern appliances, but the rest of the home is carefully furnished in heavy, vintage fabrics, ornate gold mirrors and wooden finishes.
The home also has three bathrooms, a recreational room and a large furnished basement.
Outside, a large dragon sculpture that appears to be about to take flight keeps a close eye on the castle, perched next to a pond and posing next to a black-and-white flag.