A stunning Wendy house in the Cotswolds is selling for £15,000

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The smallest and cheapest home in the Cotswolds is going on sale for just £15,000.

No, it’s not big enough for you and your family. But it is very cute.

The timber framed Wendy house – which looks like a Tudor dwelling – has entertained generations of children.

It was built at Prinknash Bird & Deer Park which is due to close this autumn.

The park was created in 1974 by Philip Meigh MA RCA, a cartoonist and artist.

The Wendy house is set to sell for between £12,000 and £15,000 at nearby Chorley’s auctioneers in Gloucestershire on 17 September.

It offers ‘the unique opportunity for another public attraction or a private individual to acquire a stunning area for children’s parties or perhaps a spot of quiet contemplation for a (small) adult.’

The original Wendy house first appeared in J M Barrie’s 1904 play Peter Pan and was built for the character Wendy Darling.

If you’re a fan of Peter Pan, you could turn the house into your very own backyard Neverland – as long as you’re willing to spend £15,000 first, of course.

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