06/14/2013 02:00 pm ET

Historic Lendal Tower Home In The United Kingdom Will Bring You Back To Medieval Times (PHOTOS)

Get ready to let down your long hair, because this house tour is straight out of Rapunzel. The Lendal Tower, which was recently converted into a stunning home, has hit the market.

Located in the United Kingdom, the structure was originally built to protect the city's river entrance in the Medieval Ages. The 2,535-square-foot space is now a stunning palace complete with two reception rooms, three bedrooms and three baths. It also has a sitting room and rooftop terrace. And let's not forget the amazing panoramic views.

Architecturally,the inside has been renovated, but the historic nature has been preserved with exposed beams and a cascading staircase, making it a truly one-of-a-kind residence. And with a guide price of $2.1 million, it better be!

Click through our slideshow to see photos of the home, and be sure to head over to Carter Jonas for more information.

The Lendal Tower Home

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