09/20/2013 04:04 pm ET

Craigmuir Castle In Washington Has The State's Second Largest Gingko Tree But That's Not All (PHOTOS)

A real historic gem has hit the market.

The Craigmuir Castle located in Wenatchee, Washington is on sale for $2,980,000. According to the listing by agent Jeff Hallman, the home has been placed on the Wenatchee Register of Historical Places. It was built in 1929 and has been restored and preserved over the years.

If its historical clout wasn't enough to make you want to ante up, the estate has five bathrooms, five bedrooms and six (yes, six) fireplaces. Plus, its gardens supposedly feature Washington State's second largest Gingko tree. Now that's what we call curb appeal.

Scroll through our photos to see the property and head over to the listing for more information.

The Craigmuir Castle

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