Bostock’s magical cottage

  The John Bostock family lives in Birmingham, England. In addition to having six rooms, they also have a back garden. For the Bostock family, this house not only carries the bits and pieces of life, but also witnesses the growth of the children.
  For the garden behind this house, Bostock and his wife Deb have not paid attention to and care for the garden, which is full of various plants. Due to life reasons, Bostock and Deb decided to sell the long-lived house, even though they were a little disappointed. In order for the new owner of the house to have a good impression of the house, Bostock decided to take care of this “destroyed” garden for a long time.
  Unlike other gardens, Bostock’s garden is like a small forest. It is covered with ivy and other green plants, and it often attracts all kinds of small animals. Since moving in, Bostock and Deb have not been in, they hope to leave this place for the little animals, so that they have a clean place to play and rest, not to be disturbed by the outside world.
  On a weekend, Bostock packed up his tools and pushed the trolley to the back garden early. Cut off the entangled flowers, remove the rotten branches, throw away the excess stones… John worked from morning to night, and it wasn’t until noon the next day that the garden gradually revealed its original appearance.
  At this moment, Bostock was so tired that his back was sore. He straightened up slowly, and suddenly a strange cabin appeared in front of him. The appearance of this cabin is very special. Its top is triangular and there is a spire on it. In the middle of its front, it seems to be a pointed arch with two pointed windows on both sides. Closer and closer, you can see that its external frame is made of stone mixed with other materials, and the surface is still inlaid with some white objects, while the wood structure inside has been eroded over time. It seems that this cottage is some years old, and it doesn’t look like a modern building at all.
  Who built this hut when? What is the point of building a hut? These questions puzzled Bostock. In order to clarify the history of the cabin, Bostock uploaded photos of the cabin to social networking sites, hoping that someone could give an answer.
  The magic hut has attracted the attention of many netizens, and archaeologists and historians have also joined it. Some people have come from far away to visit. Facing this newly launched hut, the professionals were full of interest. They were busy measuring and checking information around the hut.
  With the help of professionals, the history of the hut has surfaced little by little. Experts believe that this cabin was probably built by the nobles for viewing in the mid-18th century. At that time, there should be a manor here. In other words, this hut may be three hundred years old from now. As for the white objects on its surface, it is most likely the shells of oysters, the bones and teeth of animals such as cows and sheep. After so long, this hut is still so well-preserved, it is really rare.
  Some netizens dared to speculate that Bostock’s house should have been an aristocratic manor in the past, and there may be some magical things hidden in it, and it may not be undiscovered in the future. The magic hut, the noble manor, and the speculations of netizens, the insiders conservatively estimate that the Bostock family is invaluable. After the news spread, antique dealers and collectors offered high prices, hoping to get the Bostock family in their pockets.
  Phone calls, emails, letters… In the face of the conditions everyone asked, Bostock never wavered. He always patiently declined: “Although the house has not yet been sold, there is a relationship between me and the buyer. I have passed the agreement, so I have to keep my promise and will never sell at an increase.” Finally, Bostock made a small request to the new owner of the house: “Please protect the house and the garden, because they already have more than 300 Years of history.”