A STUNNING 17th century character home which has ‘huge potential’ for a variety of uses has come on the market just waiting to be snatched up.

Have you fancied yourself a home with a bit more character and uniqueness? This could be perfect for you.

Dating back to 1673, this Grade II listed building is steeped in history and retains many original features whilst also making a beautiful 21st century home.

Plymouth House was previously run as a 5* bed and breakfast before retiring a few years ago and is now on the market for just £825,000 in Northop.

With six bedrooms and five bathrooms, this property comes with a coach house and outbuildings which could be converted into a ‘luxury detached home’ – perfect for those with large families.

Advertised on Rightmove, it reads: “Having featured on the BBC's 'House Detectives' programme, the owners have the full history of this fascinating house built in the late 17th Century on the site of a previous dwelling, with mullion windows still in situ.

“The beautiful oak staircase pre-dates the house and is circa 1620 to 1640. Like most historic homes, Plymouth House has been developed through the ages reacting the different styles and many interesting period features.

“Plymouth House was once a coaching inn known as the Yacht Inn until the late 19 century when it reverted to a private residence.

“The current owners have undertaken a major programme of restoration and refurbishment to provide a most impressive and beautifully appointed residence comprises.”

This property has it all, from a dining room, morning room and snug room to large outdoor areas and a cellar.

If you can see yourself living in this stunning historic home, contact Williams Estates on 01352 385055.

More information can be found online at https://www.rightmove.co.uk/properties/106511855#/