At first glance, it could be any grand old English country home. A closer inspection reveals it's far more than that. This Car Collector's Estate is most obviously notable for its ample car storage space, including a spotlight space between the living and dining areas. There's also 10 bedrooms, at least 10 bathrooms, multiple outdoor buildings, Japanese-style gardens, and a swimming pool, all set on 6 acres. But perhaps the most remarkable feature of the house is its history. It sits adjacent to The Quaker Meeting House, the final resting place of William Penn, and served as a Quaker hiding spot from Oliver Cromwell. If that's not enough, the historic barn is built using timbers from the Mayflower, making it a great place to observe history while enjoying your historic autos.