HILARY Mantel’s acclaimed BBC TV drama Wolf Hall has thrown the spotlight onto the 16th century.

The dramatisation is based on the life of Thomas Cromwell and his relationship with Henry VIII and is the era of a farmhouse at Bramley that has just come onto the market with Carter Jonas.

The Grade II listed Upper Cufaude Farmhouse is an L-shaped timber frame property that was filled in during the 19th century.

It now has four has reception rooms.

The sitting room has an impressive inglenook, housing bench seats beside a log burner – a feature many 16th century dwellers would have loved to see tucked under their mantle and one that would impress modern-day Mantel fans too.

The kitchen-breakfast room is very much up to the speed of 21st century life while the study set apart at the end of a passage gives a quiet haven that will be valued in a busy family home.

On the first floor there are four bedrooms of generous proportions.

The master and fourth bedrooms linked by an en-suite and forming a perfect nursery-parents’ bedroom combination.

A well-appointed family bathroom with both a shower cubicle and bath serves the other two bedrooms and an additional two on the second floor.

The guide price for the farmhouse is £1.25million. Contact Carter Jonas on 01256 473388.