Those with an extra UK£1.79m may wish to purchase Ogle Castle, near Ponteland in Northumberland, England, one of the oldest inhabited buildings in the country. Bo Boanas, owner of the castle, says he doesn't believe the building is haunted, despite its violent past. (photo)
Ogle Castle was the site of the imprisonment of King David II of Scotland in 1346, before he was sent to the Tower of London. "King David was locked up in a small room at the top of the Pele Tower, from which he could see all the way to Neville's Cross, not that he'd have wanted to." said Boanas.