IF you had a cool £18million to spare, not only could you afford a picturesque manor house but an entire Cotswold village.

The Grade II listed Manor House, renovated Grade II listed Rectory and five cottages in the hamlet of Little Rollright, near Chipping Norton, have gone on the market with Savills and has already generated quite a stir with the estate agent receiving a "number" of calls.

The hamlet includes a number of traditional barns, extensive garaging, a workshop, modern storage buildings and agricultural barns along with arable land, woodland and even a lake.

Close to the mysterious, Neolithic Rollright Stones, Little Rollright was owned by one of the Oxford

Colleges for many years until purchased by the current owner Robert Adam, about 10 years ago.

Giles Lawton, of Savills, said: "It is a first for me, to be selling a village in the Cotswolds. It is a very special place and you would struggle to find something similar.

"The main home was a manor farmhouse and the owner has added a wing which was designed by Robert Adam.

"It is now a much more substantial home which has been beautifully done and really adds to the village.

"The old rectory is a very pretty place and then you have the cottages as well. It is very rare to have a village for sale and it would suit anyone who could afford it.

"It really is a wonderful place and we have already had a number of calls.'