For £1.9 million, an intriguing 12th-century Northumbrian Grade I listed home is available for purchase.

Known as Coupland Castle, the original owners sold it to sailor Sir Chaloner Ogle RN in the eighteenth century. Ogle gained notoriety for vanquishing Batholomew Roberts, a pirate who amassed an estimated 456 ships. Additionally, it’s believed that Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean character Jack Sparrow was modeled after Batholomew.

Traditional dining room with red furnishings

Situated about four miles northwest of Wooler, the property has been expanded over the years to form a large family house, all the while preserving its outstanding architectural characteristics.
There will be plenty of spaces for relaxation for the new homeowners with 11 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, and 9 sitting areas. Spread across four stories, the space includes a formal drawing room, library, large dining area, game room, crenelated tower, and children’s play area.

Traditional hallway with red interiors

This flexible open-plan space offers something for everyone, whether you enjoy entertaining or just want a common area to relax with the whole family. The kitchen features an attached breakfast room that looks out onto the outdoor patio.

Strutt & Parker Coupland Castle for sale

Traditional living room

Traditional living room

Traditional bedrooms with red interiors

Traditional bedrooms with red interiors

Library space with bookcases
Upstairs hallway space
Upstairs hallway space

Countryside views

Outdoor garden space

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