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The best interior though, by a mile had to be a Tudor Dollhouse up for sale on Ebay last night. I was quite tired when I saw it and forgot to take some screen grabs, when I went back today it's either been sold or retracted. It was amazing with stone floors strewn with straw and heavy carved fruniture. Very authentic looking and creepy. All the most atmospheric places I've lived have dated back to the Tudor period.
As a student I shared the servants quarters of an old elizabethan manor house, it had been updated and added to over the centuries but still had lots of dark panelled walls, hidden passageways and heavy black carved furniture with weird faces carved into it. Very creepy... we loved it! The next place was over a shop in the tiny chocolate box village of Chalfont St Giles in Buckinghamshire, one of the nicest places I've ever lived, about 10 years ago, there was an ancient churchyard out the back with a lych gate. The cottages up the road all had alcoves next to the front door with little glass jars for posies of wild flowers. According to my neighbour they dated back to plague days when people thought the disease was carried by smell, they though the sweet scent of flowers and fruit would protect them.