Have you ever needed your personal lake?
Well, if you happen to’ve bought pockets deep sufficient, now could possibly be your likelihood.
The very lovely Beech House comes with a spring-fed lake with small islands, a number of boats and a zipwire that runs throughout the water.
For a tidy £1,750,000, it could possibly be yours.
Ah, the capital.
Named for the beech tree in entrance of the home that’s greater than 200 years outdated and believed to have been planted by Admiral Lord Nelson, at Beech House, you’ll even have royalty for neighbours.
The five-bedroom property in Bagshot, Surrey has views over Bagshot Park, the £30,000,000 dwelling of Prince Edward and Sophie.
Beech House was constructed round 1910 and began out as a nursing dwelling earlier than being was a household dwelling.
The property spams 2,911 sqft, with a kitchen/eating room and drawing room on the bottom flooring, two bedrooms, two bogs and a utility room/gymnasium on the primary flooring, and two bedrooms and one other toilet on the highest flooring.
There’s additionally an workplace/extra bed room on a mezzanine stage, in addition to a decrease floor flooring self-contained one-bedroom flat and a cellar.
Daniel Burstow, of Strutt & Parker, mentioned: ‘Beech House is an incredible property. Our purchasers have been there for 40 years and had their kids and grandchildren develop up on this great Swallows and Amazons setting.
‘There’s a zipper wire that runs throughout the lake, and so they had nice enjoyable messing about on boats on the lake. Historically it’s believed somebody put sturgeon within the lake and an enormous one has been caught earlier than.
‘When I used to be there I noticed a kingfisher, which is sort of uncommon for the realm, and there are resident geese and geese. There are two little islands within the lake that may solely be accessed by boat and supply a refuge for the geese.
‘And the lake is spring-fed, so it’s constantly transferring. It additionally has views out over Crown land and native folklore says the massive beech tree after which the home is known as was planted by Admiral Lord Nelson, it’s over 200 years outdated.
‘It’s uncommon to seek out that type of setting and placement that near a city. You get the advantages of dwelling near the facilities, nevertheless it feels such as you’re dwelling in the midst of nowhere.’
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