No. It is owned by the National Trust.
The National Trust owns 612,000 acres of land in the countryside of England as well as 600 miles along the coast.
you own the castle
The American people own the national parks in America, however, the national parks are placed in the trust of the National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior.
Just make your own in Castle Builder ;).
Yes, he and his siblings own a ruined castle in Killarney, Ireland, where their father is buried.
The McRae family own the Castle
This depends on the castle and the lord of the castle. The lady of the castle in medieval times often did not have her own space. However, as castles became more elaborate, ladies had their own rooms and maids.
When you are at level 15 you can move out of your dorm and buy a house or castle from a castle vendor in the spiral.
The National Trust owns 12% but the Peak district own 5% of water companies and major landowners!
No. The property is owned by the trust and managed for the trust by the trustee.