While trick or treating isn’t on the cards this year, we’ve got some Halloween fun that all the family can enjoy.
Challenge your family and friends to our spooktacular brainteaser below, and time how fast you can spot the ghost hidden in the haunted house.
The average time it takes to spot the ghost is 1 minute 30 seconds. Think you can beat it? Try it for yourself…
Below are 10 of the most impressive manor houses on the market right now (we promise that none of them are haunted!)
From high up in Scotland down to the seaside in Cornwall, we’ve taken a look at some of the UK’s most beautiful manor houses for sale in historic and mysterious locations.
We’ve shared some knowledge on local culture and myths and legends nearby, so which one of these beautiful and impressive homes would you like to live in?
Longlands Farm, Aynsome Road, Cartmel, Grange-Over-Sands LA11
This 5 bedroom farmhouse dates back to 1810 and is for sale on the open market for the first time in over 100 years. Untouched for a century, this property is crawling with beautiful historic features. Extending to circa 139.69 acres, there is plenty of ground to explore.
Manor Road, Goring, Reading, Oxfordshire RG8
Dating back to the Edwardian era, this period property is located in Goring, Reading. This house is set in and around woodland the ultimate location for a trick or treat scavenger hunt.
Priory Road, Bodmin PL31
This Edwardian manor house is set in the town of Bodmin, Cornwall. The town is home to the myth and legend, the Beast of Bodmin Moor. This property even has an underground cellar!
Church Road, London SW19
Our next impressive property is set in the village of Wimbledon. The property still carries the original beams and doors, as well as grand focal fireplaces, making it a building filled with history.
Horsham Road, Capel, Dorking RH5
Set in 2.5 acres of grounds, this house is said to have an abundance of history. The property dates back to the 14th century and is located in Dorking, a short distance from the Silent Pool lake, said to be “Surrey’s most haunted body of water”! What’s more, the house boasts its very own private lake, which at night time lights up in a beautiful bright green colour.
Colne Engaine Road, Halstead CO9
The next property dates back to the 19th Century and was once home to the British Wimbledon Champion, Agnes Morton. With a long windy driveway and large open landing area, this house has lots of character and potential for renovation and modernisation.
High Street, Swanage BH19
Our next house is situated in Swanage. The original building is said to date back to the 1600s, although it is likely to have been a dwelling on the site since the Norman Conquest. Full of history and potential, this property has a hidden second staircase taking you from the kitchen to the master bedroom.
Llansoar, Newport NP18
This old property is situated in Newport, Wales, home to Newport Castle, which is said to be visited by a bearded-ghost, Robert Fitzhamon, who has been spotted on the top of the largest tower . With an impressive 7 bedrooms, a flying staircase and soaring chimney breast this property has plenty of character and history.
Clarghyll Hall, Alston, Cumbria CA9
Set in a huge 8.5 acres of private ground and woodlands, you could certainly get lost in the woods and beautiful nature of this property. The history of this house is said to be over 500 years old.
Fore Street, Marazion TR17
Located nearby the famous St Michaels Mount, where a hidden tomb was discovered in the 19th century, this old manor house has an intricate design with long hallways, three floors, and even a library.