This Boars Hill estate is on the market for £3million and has everything one could ever need, including private offices, a separate cottage and a pool house.

Built in 1906 the property was formerly part of Berkeley Castle and the original part of the home was built for Lord Berkeley by the renowned architect, Sir Ernest George. 

Sitting on a huge plot of 1.2 acres of mature and landscaped gardens the property is the ideal place to hide away during the pandemic. 


The house is approached through electric gates and has a huge driveway big enough for any millionaire's fleet of vehicles. 

Boasting three good-sized reception rooms this home has plenty of entertaining and family space, as a bit of a blank canvas the interior is ready for someone to put their stamp on it.


Also on the ground floor of the property is a cloakroom, WC and utility room as well as an updated contemporary kitchen.

Finished with high-gloss units and all of the modern built-in essentials, the large kitchen is truly the heart of the home and offers ample space for informal dining. 

On the first floor there are five bedrooms, two with en-suites.


The bedrooms are all of a very good size but again are in need of some modernisation, perfect for a family looking to really make their mark on the property. 

Within the estate is a courtyard with a range of ancillary buildings which can be found through a separate entrance to the main property. 

The offices are set in a two storey building with a double garage, shower room and approximately 650 square feet of office space - talk about taking working from home to a new level.


Additionally, the estate has a self-contained residential property. The Grooms Lodge is the most recent addition to the estate and features two bedrooms, living room and kitchen. 

Further buildings include a stable block which is described as providing storage and has another double garage.

The manicured gardens of the estate are complimented further by the purpose built indoor swimming pool and pool house which has its own shower room. 


More information on the property can be found on Rightmove. 

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