Secret Millionaire sells property voted Britain's Best Home

Secret Millionaire sells property voted Britain's Best Home


An entrepreneur that featured in a 2007 series of the television programme, The Secret Millionaire, has announced that he has put his nineteenth-century castleon the market for £3.5 million. 

The property – which has also been featured on TV, having been voted Britain’s Best Home by Channel Five viewers – is a five-bedroom turreted castle situated near Halifax.


Businessman Terry George bought Carr Hall Castle in 2002 for £1 million, but has since spent over £500,000 modernising the property into a boutique-style hotel, which he rents out with an eye-watering price tag of £1,500 for one night’s stay.


Mr George, who is said to be worth £20 million after building up his fortune in telecoms, is also selling another one of his properties in Morocco for £880,000.


The entrepreneur, who has 25 West Yorkshire flats in his property empire, gave no reason for the sudden off-loading of assets, only telling the Daily Mail newspaper: “I’m a businessman and if the price is right, I’ll sell.” 

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