Ludgershall, Buckinghamshire, UK
Asking Price: £400,000
This two-bedroom cottage is at least 500 years old and may have been a property mentioned in the Domesday Book from the eleventh-century.
Listed as a Grade II historical site, this cottage is believed to be an unique example of a “hovel” of medieval origins, with twisted branches under a thatched roof. Over the centuries additions have been made to the home, and it now consists of two bedrooms, a kitchen, a sitting room and bathroom.
The property also comes with 0.23 acres of land, which include gardens and a small brick summerhouse which can be used as an office. Ludgershall itself is a small village of about 400 residents. In the Domesday Book it was called Litlegarsele, and in the fourteenth-century the theologian John Wyclif was its vicar for several years. The village is about 1.5 hour drive from London.
To learn more about the property please visit Michael Graham Estate Agents