A comprehensive restoration of West Sussex’s historic estate in southeast England is on the market for £ 4.5 million (US $ 5.54 million).
The 6.2-acre site, called Burnham Court, was built in the first half of the 17th century and is believed to be the sister home of the Kew Palace, a 16th-century royal palace on the banks of the Thames. Sold with Inigo.
The two real estate companies went public at the end of last month.
The property has been designated by the national conservation organization Historic England as a Grade I building that is considered to have “exceptional architectural or historical interest”. The mansion and its Anglo-Netherlands Parterre Gardens have been restored and refurbished, Liszt said.
Philippa Dalby Welsh, a list agent at the Savills Country Department, said: statement.
According to the list, the main red brick house has about 10,000 square feet of living space with four bedroom suites, a reception hall, a library, great rooms, a dining room, a kitchen and a wine cellar. Most rooms offer views of the garden and beyond.
There are also separate one-bedroom cottages and other ancillary structures. These are used as garages and staff housing, but according to the list, they can be converted into office space or additional accommodation.
In addition to formal and informal gardens, there are orchards, ponds, islands and heated pools on site.
The home is in a great location near the South Coast and “provides the ultimate lifestyle for families and art collectors,” said Dalby-Welsh.
The property has been kept in the same family since 1996. The current owner, who spoke to Mansion Global on condition of anonymity, said he was spending more time in the United States and Australia and decided it was time for another family to enjoy the home.
The property is about 61 miles from London and just a few miles from the sea.