Elizabeth Entenman
May 15, 2016 8:28 am
Disney

A lot of the Disney princesses have a pretty sweet setup. Extravagant feasts, attendant servants, exotic pets — not to mention the gorgeous fairytale palaces they call home. But exactly how much would it cost to live like a Disney princess? Their real estate is pretty pricey.

House Network, an online estate agency in the U.K., valued five of the most iconic Disney castles and palaces. They put a lot of thought into coming up with these figures — amenities, part of town — and used current U.K. market prices as their guide.

The Sultan’s Palace from Aladdin rings in as the priciest of the royal dwellings. It would retail at £1.75 billion on the U.K. market. That’s $2.51 billion in the U.S.! To come up with that kind of money, we would need to stumble upon a magic lamp of our own. But it makes sense that Jasmine’s palace is the most expensive. It has 12 tall towers, gardens, dungeons, and those shiny gold domes.

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The second most expensive is the King’s Castle from Cinderella. The late-gothic style abode, which comes equipped with 27 towers and a private moat, rings in at £83.6 million, or $120 million.

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Third is the Beast’s Castle from Beauty and the Beast. If you want to own his secluded home, it’ll cost you £15 million, or $21.54 million. Do it for the library! And also the enchanted staff.

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The fourth most expensive is Prince Eric’s seaside castle from The Little Mermaid. To call that home today, it would cost you £4 million, or $5.74 million. Just think of the views.

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And finally, rounding out the list is the charming Dwarf’s Cottage from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. It’s the most reasonably priced of the bunch, valued at £250,000, or $358,975.

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There you have it. If you ever wanted to truly live like a Disney princess, it’s time to start saving!

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