Lympne Castle which hosted Mick Jagger, Sir Paul McCartney and TOWIE is on sale for $15mn

The historic Lympne castle in Kent was built in the 13th century as part of the Archbishop of Canterbury's estate.
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The keep dating back to the medieval times just like other parts built in the 14th and the 15th century are still there! The price tag of this Grade I listed castle is slightly over $15mn.
Lympne Castle, Photo credits: Savills
Lympne castle stands at the top of the steep cliff offering stunning views over the estate lands, Romney Marsh and the English Channel. If you are lucky and the weather is good you will be able to see the French Coast.
Lympne castle is believed to be visited by The Rolling Stones' Mick Jagger in the 1960s while Sir Paul McCartney recorded the Back to the Egg album with his band Wings there in 1978. And this is not all!
The Only Way Is Essex - a British reality television series based in Brentwood, Essex, England - used Lympne Castle on several occasions to host various events. Remember the 2014 Christmas special when the show cast sang carols there?
According to Savills, one of the world's leading property agents who's advertising the castle on its website, 'the impressive and historically important property has evolved over the centuries to incorporate the splendor of its medieval heritage and the elegance of the Arts and Crafts movement of the early 20th Century. From the King Post roof of the Great Hall and ornate Gothic traceried windows and plastered ceiling to the vernacular exterior mellow stone constructions of Lorimer, the interior still retains its historic origins.
Lympne Castle, Photo credits: Savills
The purchase also includes The Bistro restaurant, holiday cottages and some 130 acres of woodland and pastures. For those who are never satisfied, there are the remains of Stutfall Castle to the southwestern border of the estate. It was built by the Romans as one of nine forts along the coast.
Lympne Castle, Photo credits: Savills
The property is now a popular venue for weddings and corporate events and could be considered as a reasonable investment.
Sources: Savills