This stunning castle home is fit for a king – if he can afford its £3,950,000 price tag.

Harold Tower, on the Isle of Man, has undergone a three-year facelift and has just gone on the market.

The home is perched on the scenic Douglas Head, with views stretching across the bay.

It also boasts some original decor dating back to the 1830s.

The new king and queen of Harold Tower will be able to take in panoramic views of the UK and Ireland from the sun terrace.

The palatial home has eight refurbished bedrooms and was once home to artist John Martin.

The famous painter and illustrator called the castle home up until 1854.

The property set on three prime acres lush countryside land.

And because its situated on the Isle of Man, homeowners are exempt from paying stamp duty, according to homesandproperty.co.uk.

Property estate agent James Crawford said: "It looks like a massive castle but it’s actually a very liveable family home."

Harold Tower is also hiding a very special secret – there are two more properties on site.

Tucked away among the leafy surrounds, there is a coach house and stunning two-bedroom cottage.

The castle home is the latest stunning property to go on the market this week.

Manchester United footballer Alexis Sanchez is flogging his £1.9million house just months after moving in.

Sanchez moved into the home during the back end of the last Premier League season after completing his transfer to Manchester United

The mansion boasts five double bedrooms and a cinema room for guests to enjoy.

It features a sun terrace looking out to the back and the large landscaped garden.

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One of the more quirky features to the property is its piano room, which comes complete with a bar.

There is a detached garage which can fit three cars opposite the front door of the house, which also features a gym room above.

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