If so, you can buy a home in County Berkshire once used by the Bloomsbury Group.
Known among Woolfians as Tidmarsh,The Mill House has been on the market since last summer. The historic Tudor property dates in part back to the 13th century, but the main house is thought to have been built around 1600.
It was the residence of artist Dora Carrington and author Lytton Strachey from 1917-1924. Their rent was £52 a year for a three-year lease.
During their years there, the couple was visited by well known fellow members of the group, including Virginia Woolf and Maynard Keynes.
Carrington’s painting of the home illustrates the front cover of the 1970 edition of Carrington: Letters and Extracts From Her Diary, edited by David Garnett.
The current owners, who have lived on the property on the River Pang since the mid-1980s, say they still get visits from admirers of the Bloomsbury Group.