If you've ever wanted to own a slice of history you might be able to now by buying the east wing of a 17th century hall.

Situated on Cox Green Road, Dimple Hall was originally built in 1668 during the reign of King Charles II.

Although it was most likely lived in by a wealthy landowner, today the property gives you the opportunity to live like a king, with stained glass and wood fittings making it feel like a castle.

Estate agents Pearson Ferrier said: "A magnificent example of Carolean style architecture, Dimple Hall was originally constructed in 1668.

"The hall was upgraded during the Georgian period and a number of additions were constructed, the property was eventually split into two homes during 1966."

The east wing is now a four bedroom home with plenty of spaces to entertain guests, including a reception dining hall, drawing room and breakfast room.

More modest meals can be eaten in the kitchen, which features beautiful exposed beams and a stone floor.

Despite additions over the years, many original features still remain.

The estate agents said: "Our vendor is to be congratulated in retaining the character of the property and any work that has been undertaken has been sympathetically completed.

"There is modern gas fired central heating throughout the accommodation to compliment the woodburning stove and open fireplaces.

"Most of the windows are from the Georgian Period however there is one original window within the dining hall which faces the inner courtyard, it is a credit to the craftsmen of the time.

"All in all a fabulous period home ready for a new custodian for the next two decades or more."

Upstairs the master bedroom features a stunning en-ensuite bathroom with a free-standing bath with views out onto the two acre grounds.

There is even a balcony room which can be used as a dressing room. There are three further bedrooms and a family bathroom.

All this could be yours for £750,000.