If you prefer the old houses with ancient history to modern buildings , you’re lucky . An old English property was put on the market for the first time in its thousand-year long existence. A thousand years ! The property in question is Shankenhurst Hall, in Shropshire ( near the border with Wales), and is estimated 12 million pounds ( nearly 18 million) . Nestled among 1,300 acres of land, has seen the story , but that counts : the Battle of HastingsThe Hundred Years’ War, and was recorded in a document for the first time in Domesday Book of 1086, the great book census ordered by William the ConquerorTo keep track of all goods in England. The main part of the property boasts 13 bedrooms and seven bathrooms. Moreover , the main building consists of 6 farms , 12 houses and several cottages scattered in the immense garden. The property was put on the market by BafloursWhich they sell along with the Savills. Rebuilt in 1790 , the great manor Gregorian styleIncludes a library, drawing room , living room, entrance hall, dining room , kitchens , a room for the butler, One for the wardrobe , offices and cellars. There is also a secondary transition services. If we all turn to this sumptuous interiors you get bored, you can give a pleasant walk along the beautiful lawn surrounding the home , or go to the lake which is located within the property or go hunting or fishing on River Rea. The house is waiting for a new owner who is proud of its millenary history.