Historic home available to rent for £27.5k a year
WHO would live in a house like this? You could, if you can afford the £27,500 annual rent.
Conquest House, a 16th century building in Palace Street, is now available to let from chartered surveyors Caxtons.
The listed building is rumoured to have been built on the site of a former property where the knights who killed former Archbishop of Canterbury Thomas Becket in 1170 gathered to plan their deed.
It is now a four-storey building with shop, office and one-bedroom apartment. The flat has a sitting room, double bedroom, kitchen and shower.
To celebrate our anniversary, for the month of May only.
We are offering 3 for the price of 2, on any of our beauty treatments, to all our existing and new clients.
Treatments to be booked in the month of May.
Paid for on booking date or at the first treatment, in full.
Contact: 01227 208293
Valid until: Friday, May 31 2013
For more information call James Logan or Beverley Chaplin at Caxtons on 01227 788088 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com