Estate next to Prince Charles Manor Lists in England
A 117-acre estate that hit the UK property market for $ 10.1 million comes with a few perks, which include lush views of the surrounding landscape and its rich history.
Oh, and his closeness to royalty.
The house known as Elmestree House Estate borders on the property of Prince Charles and his wife Camilla in Gloucestershire, a place that receives more than 30,000 visitors a year, according to Mansion Global.
Elmestree was built in 1844 and this is the first time it has been on the market since 1949, the New York Post reported.
“Family estates like Elmestree rarely hit the market, and this area is especially special,” Matthew Sudlow, of Estates and Farm Agency at Strutt & Parker, told the Post in a statement. “Finding a house of architecture as pure as Elmestree in this part of the world, with many original features as well as a model farmhouse of this size intact, is remarkable.
The property consists of an 11 bedroom country house which sits on a long private driveway, an old farmhouse named Farm End attached to the west side of the main house, a three bedroom annex connected to the house main and an independent two-bedroom apartment. cottage, says the listing on Country Life.
“The Elmestree House estate offers a superb ensemble of a striking and enviable house in the heart of its grounds with substantial support buildings providing a fantastic opportunity for a truly fabulous restoration project of a traditional English manor house and farm” , describes the list.