Sometimes you really can have too much money.
Case in point: Serial home-buyer Taylor Swift once again is looking to snatch up pricey property, allegedly to be near (stalk?) another man in her long list of rumored beaus.
The latest reports say the 25-year-old songstress is eyeing a listed castle -- yes, a castle -- in Scotland, close to the Edinburgh base of boyfriend and celebrity DJ Calvin Harris. Specifically, it's the $7.16 million Tower of Lethendy, which dates back to 1570 and is located about a 90-minute drive north of the city.
Set on 40 acres, the castle has eight bedrooms and seven bathrooms. The grounds also include two gate lodges, two staff cottages, an 18-hole golf course, tennis courts and a heated pool.
Maybe Swift's taking the lyrics of Harris's hit "Feel So Close" too literally. The two have been dating since February.
This comes several years after rumors circulated stateside that Swift was looking to buy a Hyannis Port, Mass., home next to that of then-boyfriend Conor Kennedy. A 2013 Vanity Fair story concluded that Swift did indeed buy the seven-bedroom spread in 2012 for a tidy $4.8 million sum.
"People say that about me, that I apparently buy houses near every boy I like -- that's a thing that I apparently do," she told Vanity Fair. "If I like you, I will apparently buy up the real estate market just to freak you out so you leave me."
In October 2012, she and Kennedy broke up; the following March, Swift sold that home for $5.67 million.
"It was like a house-flip," an unidentified source told Vanity Fair. "A good short-term investment."
Regardless, Swift's Scottish castle will serve as a great backdrop for the impending music video following their eventual breakup.