Winnie the Pooh's 16th century home is on the market. Cotchford Farm, the childhood home of Christopher Robin Milne that inspired the Winnie the Pooh stories, is for sale for the first time in 40 years.
Inside Cotchford Cottage
The house in the Ashdown Forest in Sussex, in England's south-east, was owned by the Milne family for more than three decades and was the setting for A. A. Milne's poems and stories.
Ashdown Forest - part of the estate.
The online advertisement for the property says that the "local area is now commonly referred to as Pooh Country".