A somewhat run-down and ramshackle house in West Norfolk that is still, believe it or not, inhabited. The chimney has been re-pointed within living memory but because of the amount of ivy on the gable end the builder didn't go any further. Mind you if he had pulled the ivy away from the wall the gable end would probably fall down.
We feel sure that double glazing and insulation salesmen just keep walking when they see this property. One bonus though, the ivy must be a major conservation area for birds, animals and insects and spiders in particular.
All the house needs is a little holly growing somewhere in there and it will be fully seasonal.