Could this Bedfordshire home where it's rumoured Churchill stayed during the war be the house of your dreams?
Grade II listed property in Blunham will set you back a cool £2m
When it comes to properties steeped in history, this Grade II listed home has got some pretty impressive credentials.
It's reputed that Winston Churchill stayed at the house during the war - and if you want to be part of history, now's your chance, as the 18th century property has gone on the market.
It will set you back a cool £2million though - but the five-bedroom house has a lot to offer.
Blunham Court, which forms part of the original Blunham House, boasts a private tree-lined driveway and sits on approximately 3.5 acres.
As well as stunning formal gardens, there's also a tennis court and a spinney which leads down to the River Ivel.
Inside, the property - which extends over 6,200 sq ft - has stunning period features including a beautiful sweeping oak staircase, which was mentioned in Pevsner's Buildings of England Books.
And as well as those five bedrooms, don't forget the three bathrooms.
The house, in Station Road, Blunham, is on the market with Fine & Country.
To book a viewing, call 07393 997 427. You can also view the house here