Own a piece of Magna Carta history

For a mere UKĀ£4 million, buyers can own a piece of English history in the form of a small island in the Thames River where, it is believed, the rebellious barons who created the Magna Carta camped before the signing. (photos)

The island is connected to Runnymede Meadow by a small bridge and includes "a Grade II-listed house, a cottage, outdoor swimming pool and mooring for a boat." The site also includes a specially-built Charter Room that houses the stone on which the document was purported to have been signed.