Inside $2.3M Washington castle that looks straight from the Middle Ages – and wait until you see what's in the backyard

A castle-like residence, which comes complete with its own dragon, is up for sale for $2.3 million.

The gated manor in Munroe, Washington has 18.75 acres of land.

Though built in 1993, the four-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom property looks right out of the Middle Ages.

The two-story property is made out of stone on the outside, giving it a book-worthy look.

There is a small man-made creek, a pond, and a waterfall that go along the property as if to keep away any intruders.

To one side of the home is the massive, metal dragon, which gives it Game of Thrones vibes.

There are also a few benches around it and flags that represent the household name.

Inside, it has a great hall decorated with suits of armor, heraldic banners, and gothic-style iron chandeliers.

A suit of armor is also the first thing you'll see when you step into the stunning home.

Throughout the home, the vibe continues with imported Italian marble flooring and rich fabric curtains and tapestries.

The kitchen is fit for a big family as it holds two massive stove ovens, an island for entertaining, and plenty of cupboards and counter space.

The ceilings have exposed beams that give off the illusion of high ceilings.

The master bedroom boasts a loft space, with a two-sided fireplace, and luxurious bathroom, making it fit for a royal couple.

The bedrooms also each have a small balcony that is enclosed behind double doors.

The spacious bathrooms come with both a tub and a two-person shower – with the faucets shaped like dragons.

However, not everything on the property is from the Middle Ages though.

The home also comes with two tractors, a Polaris Ranger utility vehicle, and a water and power hook-up for an RV.

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