That’s probably not a question you ask yourself on a regular basis, but for fun, real estate firm Movoto decided to see just how much a huge castle like Hyrule Castle would retail for in real world conditions. Since the company didn’t really have measurements to go off of and it can’t tell if the neighbors are doing anything illicit, some of these calculations are a little fudged. Okay, most of them are. Still, it’s an interesting read!
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