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A historic country home with links to the murder of Thomas Becket and a famous Noel Coward play has emerged on the market for £1.295million.
Slaybrook Hall, near Saltwood, Kent, is where four of Henry II's knights reportedly hid after assassinating the saint at nearby Canterbury Cathedral in 1170.
And playwright Noel Coward used it as the setting of his 1941 ghosty play Blithe Spirit.
The six bedroom property's wooden decorative arches are thought to date from the 15th century, with a first floor and Tudor chimney added around that time.