The entire village of Little Rollright is up for sale with an asking price of £18 million.
Little Rollright’s current private owner has put it up for sale, with estate agent Savills describing it as ‘wonderfully picturesque’.
The asking price for the village covers a Grade II-listed manor house complete with ten bedrooms, a private cinema, gym, pool, wine cellar and lift.
Surrounding the village is 509 acres of parkland, farmland and woodland.
There is also a rectory, five cottages and several traditional buildings of Cotswold stone construction.
Only the village’s 17th Century church – the Church of St Philip which was built in 1617 by William Blower – is not included in the price.
On the northern edge of the estate are the famous and mysterious Megalithic Rollright Stones. Giles Lawton of Savills’ Oxford branch said: “It’s an enchanting place and a great opportunity for someone.
“It’s quite special. They don’t come up often.
“It’s a real opportunity for someone if they want the whole village. It’s a bit like buying an estate, it just happens to be a village.”
Mr Lawton confirmed there has been plenty of interest in the village so far. Anyone who may have £18 million to spare and is interested in the village can contact the Savills Country Department on 0207 016 3780.