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It's not quite Wolf Hall - but fans of the Bafta-winning 16th century period drama can get their hands on notorious cleric Cardinal Wolsey's old house after it was put up for sale.
Henry VIII's right hand man lived at the Old Rectory during his time as a parish priest in Limington, a tiny village near Yeovil in Somerset, prior to his meteoric rise to power and subsequent demise.
Wolsey was rector at St Mary's Church until 1509 when Henry VIII ascended the throne and appointed him to the privy council, the king's most trusted advisers.
The Old Rectory is for sale with Knight Frank estate agents for £1.5m.