It’s actually a three-bed, two-bath house! From the estate agent’s description:
Built in 1780 for Sir Edward Smythe, Baronet of Acton Burnell Hall, the folly became the venue for lavish musical soirees and entertaining his numerous house guests. It was designed by Joseph Bromfield, the fashionable Georgian architect, builder and plasterwork designer noted for his major works at Powis Castle and Attingham Park. Much of the original plasterwork to the magnificent music room, now used as an elegant drawing room, has been painstakingly restored to its former glory.The magnificent drawing room has a polished oak floor, Adam style fireplace and fine decorative plasterwork depicting scenes of harvest, music and war, ceiling roses and cornices.By the mid 19th Century the folly became a gamekeepers cottage and by the 1950’s had fallen into disrepair and was left empty. In 1984 the building was rescued by a local philanthropist and its restoration was taken forward by the current owners who bought it in 2001.
This can be yours for a mere £750,000, which is about $1.25 million. It’s located near the villages of Much Wenlock and Church Stretton, and is in the village of Acton Burnell. More information is here.