Posted on March 11, 2019 at 10:40 AM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
If you have $1.6 million burning a hole in your pocket, we have a literary farmhouse to recommend you purchase.
Ponden Hall, a farmhouse in West Yorkshire, England, is believed to have been the model for Heathcliff’s home in Wuthering Heights, and its owners have put it on the market.
Ponden Hall is currently a bed-and-breakfast that welcomes all Emily Brontë pilgrims, regardless of whether they’re staying overnight, and can be yours for £1,250,000 ($1,635,100).
Read more about its history at Atlas Obscura.
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