The lovers of things of historic interest are always on the look-out for anything that retains the patina of its past, whether it’s an object or a building full of memories that wears its shabbiness with a charming pride. Any antique item holds a unique story, one that lives on when in the hands of someone able to hear it, but historic homes are much more than that. Standing the test of time, these buildings offer unique treasures and insights to their occupants. One such place can be found near Bristol in the English county of Somerset, and is known as Saltford Manor House.
Saltford Manor is thought to be the oldest continuously inhabited house in Britain. It is believed to date from before 1150, probably 1148, a fact that particularly surprised James and Anna Wynn, the owners of the house for more than 10 years. According to The Guardian