The original divorcee’s countryside lodge in the Shropshire town of Ludlow has hit the market.

Catherine of Aragon, the first wife of King Henry VIII, was a one-time resident at the Grade II*-listed townhouse. The three-storey stone and timber structure dates back to the 13th century but was rebuilt in 1580.

Catherine of Aragon's Shropshire home

It features centuries-old fittings such as stained glass, oak carvings and timber panelling throughout its 12 bedrooms, great hall and drawing room. The property also comes with a courtyard garden and is surrounded by countryside fields for noble pursuits like horse riding.

Catherine of Aragon’s former home is available to buy via Balfours. Price is available upon request.

Catherine of Aragon's Shropshire home

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