Your chance to buy this iconic house…

£3.5 million pounds is the asking price at UK Sotheby’s International Realty, Cobham for this unique property on Park Avenue.

It boasts 7 bedrooms, 6 Bathrooms and 5 reception rooms, and a unique style…

According to the agents, “A unique 7-bedroom period home which has been built by its current home over the last 30 years. The property is set in stunning gardens with outstanding water features. The house exhibits an eclectic and fascinating mix of styles. Situated in the village of Wraysbury it has swift access to Heathrow and the motorway system.

The Dutch Garden is an impressive family home set behind electric gates in beautiful grounds on the edge of the sought after village of Wraysbury. There are local amenities and it is well located for easy access to London, Heathrow and the wider road network.

The house has been built in an eclectic mix of styles and is a stunning and unusual property. The very well proportioned, versatile accommodation over three floors offers a great balance between formal and informal living.

The ground floor is entered by crossing a small bridge and into a main hallway. A grand wooden staircase gives access to the lower ground floor. Ahead there is an open morning room with windows and doors leading to an outdoor terrace. The large study/office has an exit to its own patio with views over the large pond in the rear garden. The master bedroom suite with its own ensuite is situated at this level. It has French doors which lead to the top of the abbey courtyard. Three bedrooms all with ensuites also lead off the morning room.

The first floor has a further two bedrooms with en suites with one having access to its own Eucalyptus and Polish terrace overlooking the back gardens.

Descending the large wooden staircase to the lower ground floor takes one to a hallway which has ceiling lights from the first floor. Off the hallway there is a small sitting room with its own library terrace. There are custom double doors leading into a formal reception room, the Venetian Room. In this room there are stairs, which lead to the main part of the room where there is a large fireplace and French doors leading to the abbey courtyard. Off this room there is another bedroom with an ensuite, which has its own terrace. Leading off the main reception room there is the large family room/diner/kitchen.
This level contains the special feature of this extraordinary house, the abbey courtyard. This is great for entertaining and has been used as a backdrop to films and TV shows.

The Gardens are a unique and magnificent aspect of this house. They have been developed with ponds, water features, and various different patio areas to enjoy this outdoor space.”

The Floorplan can be viewed here

Full details can be seen on Zoopla here


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1 Response

  1. Simon Carter says:

    I don’t think if I had a spare £3.5m I would spend it on this house, but I guess some people have different tastes, and £3.5M to spare!