Diana's House is a truly unique and fascinating Grade II* building, reputedly dating from 1600. It was the Gatehouse to Amesbury Abbey. It has flint elevations with stone quoins and dressings, a fissile stone slate roof, and a triangular block with octagonal stair tower attached to the south. An inscription over the ground floor door reads 'Diana, her hous 1600'. Diana is alleged to have been the mistress of Edward Seymour who lived in Amesbury Abbey. The front door opens into an entrance vestibule, off which is an irregular shaped sitting room, dining room, kitchen and bathroom. The main bedroom is approached by a circular staircase in the tower which continues up into a small room in the top of the tower. Approached off the back driveway, Diana's House has a private area of mature gardens which lead down to the river and private parking. It also enjoys the benefit of the beautiful Abbey grounds and fishing on the River Avon.The only issue? The property is the gatehouse to Amesbury Abbey, a posh private nursing home. You have to be older than 55 to purchase the property, which is only £180,000!