A roof warped by age, sloping walls, an overgrown garden – this manor on the Isle of Wight in England has seen a lot in its lifetime, but now, centuries later, it still delights with its historical coziness. It is amazing, but information about the building on this site has been preserved since 1086 (!!!) – then it was a small farm with its own household. Of course, the main house and outbuildings were rebuilt several times since then, but the spirit of the Middle Ages still reigns in the interiors. A truly magical home!
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