Anthorpe Hall, A Brittish Manor is a Bargain Sale but no Bathrooms Included.

Built in 1470, This Sale’s other Catch is that Manor Must Be Open 28 Days A Year To Public.

Idyllic Brittish Manor for sale for $3.8mil with no bathrooms.

Anthorp Hall, a Mansion in the British Country Side, has hit the market for sale for $3.8mil (approximately). But with all “deals” there

are no bathrooms! The Daily Mail reports that the house was originally built between 1470 and 1480 by Sir Guy Wolston, then sold to Sir Walter Mildmay. It reportedly stayed in his family for 350 years. In more recent years, the house has been owned by the Catholic Church and Libyan millionaire Wanis Mohammed Burweila.

Presumably whoever purchases the house, located in Northamptonshire, England, could afford to install a few modern amenities. But as with any historic location, there are bound to be certain restrictions on developing a piece of property first constructed several hundred years ago.

Along with not having a bathroom, the house comes with a few other catches: an annual $155,300 maintenance bill and a requirement that the hall be open to the public for at least 28 days a year.

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 Apethorpe Hall being sold with 48 rooms but no bathrooms.

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