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CalistoBrabin's Shop and Tea Room has been at the heart of the picturesque village of Chipping, Lancashire, after it first opened as a cloth maker in 1668. During three centuries of business it has been a bakers, undertakers, post office, a butchers and a general store. Current owners Sharon, 59, and Roy Pinkett, 58, have been forced to put it on the market due to Mrs Pinkett's ill health, but have had no takers since listing it in September.The shipping policy information in the above links pertains only to customers in the United States. If you would like to ship to an address outside the United States, please click here. If you are currently outside the United States but would like to place an order to ship within the U.S., please click here. View the customer service pages on our international website.The stone cottage includes up to four double bedrooms, large gardens, a garage and outbuildings, according to a Kings Business Transfers website. It also has a tea room at the rear of the premises which can cater for 12 people inside and over 20 people outside in the picturesque garden, where there is also an animal 'petting' area. At the back of the property is the original coach-house. The first floor is let out as an art gallery and the ground floor houses a second-hand book shop. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4140014/Is-end-Britain-s-Oldest-Shop.html#ixzz4rswm6E9A Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook