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Poldark cottages

Canaglaze is billed as “a secluded, private and tranquil property on the edge of Bodmin Moor with no close neighbours”.

17th century 'Poldark cottages' go on the market for £400,000

Three tumble down cottages on the stunning Cornwall moors made famous as the backdrop for the hit TV show Poldark have gone on the market for £400,000.

Canaglaze, on Bodmin Moor, was abandoned in the 1960s and has no roof or windows, no power or running water. It’s currently owned by a pair of artists who have offered it for sale through Knight Frank.

There is planning permission to turn what’s left of the traditional stone-built cottages into a single home, right where the BBC One show was filmed.