The Shakespeare HouseIt got its name from being frequented by a playwright located on the border Buckinghamshire And Oxfordshire (about two hours from London), Sold this week for £1.5m at current prices.
The building was known as the former “coaches’ lodge” of the late 16th or early 17th century. Ship Inn and treated travelers who needed a bed and a barn for horses. The house was a stopping point William Shakespeare When he traveled between Stratford upon Avon – His birthplace – and London, according to local legend and 17th-century biographer John Aubrey.
The Shakespeare House Seven bedrooms, five bathrooms, four reception rooms and has been restored by its current owners. According to the company announcement, they retain many original details such as leaded windows, exposed beams, oak floors, wooden doors and open fireplaces. Saviles.
“The Shakespeare House This is a magical property, with lots of character, yet still a fantastic family home,” Savills Summertown agent Huw Warren said in a statement. “In addition to the house being architecturally significant and beautifully renovated, the unusual association with Shakespeare makes the property a unique opportunity.”
Shakespeare is said to have been inspired by the characters “Nothing’s So Loud” And “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” Of the people you met Ship Inn – and may have written plays there British folklore.
The building is Grade II* listed, meaning conservation Historic England Designating it as a place of historical importance in the country. According to records, the house was last sold in 2013 for £700,000.
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