Fancy your own Wolf Hall? These properties boast superb Tudor features, fit for a king.
Wings Place, East Sussex, £1.85 million
Grade I listed, Wings Place, sometimes referred to as ‘Anne of Cleves House’, is an outstanding example of a 16th century village house. It has five bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and beautiful south-facing gardens that overlook the South Downs.
Strutt & Parker (01273 475 411)
Westlands Farmhouse, Surrey, £1.05 million
This beautiful Grade II listed farmhouse dates back to 1565 and sits within 13 acres of pasture land and paddocks. It has five bedrooms, three bathrooms and a range of farm buildings and barns which would make excellent equestrian facilities.
King & Chasemore (01403 264 444)
Tudor Cottage, Warwickshire, £500,000
This cottage in Bearley dates back to the 15th century and occupies a beautiful position opposite the village church. Grade II listed, the black and white timber-framed property has three bedrooms, a bathroom and a pretty garden.
Knight Frank (01789 297 735)
Edwins Hall, Essex, £2.95 million
This fabulous Tudor manor house was named after Edwin Sandys, Archbishop of York in the 16th century. Grade II listed, the property boasts eight bedrooms, an indoor swimming pool, first class equestrian facilities and double moated mature grounds.
Zoe Napier (01621 840 333)
Thurston End Hall, Suffolk, £2.5 million
This exceptional Grade I listed manor house sits in 31 acres of mature gardens, woodland, paddocks and water meadows on the banks of the River Glem. It has eight bedrooms, four bathrooms a tennis court and a swimming pool.
Savills (01473 234 830)
The Malt House, Worcestershire, £500,000
Grade II listed, this four bedroom Tudor house dates back to 1502 and retains many of its original features including exposed beams and inglenook firepaces. Several outbuildings and a secluded south east facing garden offer scope for restoration and development.
Fine & Country (01926 455 950)
Flowton Priory, Hertfordshire, £6.75 million
Originally built in 1525 in the village of Flowton in Suffolk, Flowton Priory was transported brick by brick in 1928 to its present idyllic location within West Common, Harpenden. It has five bedrooms, three bathrooms, an impressive garden atrium and wonderful formal gardens with arboretum and parterres.
Savills (01582 465 002)
Popples Farmhouse, Suffolk, £2.25 million
Delightful Grade II* listed Popples Farmhouse is an immaculate, 15th-century, timber-framed moated farmhouse, just south of the conservation village of Brettenham. It has seven bedrooms, four bathrooms, a heated swimming pool, a tennis court, an annexe, barns, stabling and paddocks.
Strutt & Parker (020 7629 7282)
Tudor House, Oxfordshire, £900,000
This Grade II listed village house in Sutton Courtenay was once owned by Edward VII and has been sympathetically renovated to a high standard. It has five bedrooms, three bathrooms and an attractive walled garden with various outbuildings.
Scott Fraser (01865 759 500)
Olden Manor, Suffolk, £1.25 million
Grade II listed, Olden Manor was nominated by Marcus Binney, in his book In Search of the Perfect House, as his ‘most covetable 15th- or 16th-century timber-framed house…in Suffolk.’ The house boasts an impressive galleried Great Hall, five bedrooms, three bathrooms and beautifully managed gardens and grounds including a pretty pond.
Savills (01473 234 800)
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