A house built in the late 16th century in Shropshire, which has stood empty for 150 years, is on the market for £400,000.
The house is owned by Bridgnorth Boys' Club
Bishop Percy's House, in Bridgnorth, is said to be one of the oldest and most important houses in the Midlands.
It was originally known as Forester's Folly, named after Richard Forester who had it commissioned in 1580.
Thomas Percy, poet, bishop and chaplain to George III, was born in the house in 1729.
It is one of only three Grade I listed buildings in Shropshire and escaped the great fire of 1646.
The house was used commercially used from the 1850s to the 1940s.
It is being sold by owners Bridgnorth Boys' Club who are moving to new premises within the town.
Chairman of the club Ian Oliver said: "English Heritage has made it perfectly clear that nothing can be done with it except to return it to a private residence."
Offers must be in by 15 June.