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ROYAL RESIDENCES Regal homes worthy of the newest Royal couple
Stately homes worthy of the new Royal couple. By Catriona Gray
EAST BARSHAM MANOR, NORFOLK £3,000,000
Not far from the Sandringham Estate lies East Barsham Manor, a Grade I-listed Tudor mansion located in a picturesque corner of north Norfolk. It has an illustrious past – its many famous house guests include Prince Harry’s ancestor Henry VIII. Contact Savills (www.savills.com).
TRILLGATE FARM, GLOUCESTERSHIRE £2,500,000
The former home of Cath Kidston is a spacious farmhouse full of rustic charm. It is tucked away in the beautiful Slad Valley, the setting for Laurie Lee’s Cider with Rosie, and is also conveniently close to Highgrove. Contact Strutt & Parker (www.struttandparker.com).
AMBERLEY COURT, GLOUCESTERSHIRE £3,950,000
Prince Harry and his bride-to-be are reportedly looking for a retreat in the Cotswolds, and this eight-bedroom manor with views across the Woodchester Valley is the perfect hideaway. Contact Knight Frank (www.knightfrank.com).
DUNSBOROUGH PARK, SURREY £17,000,000
On 107 acres and with plenty of secondary accommodation, this Grade Ii-listed property is an estate in miniature. It’s set on the edge of Ripley village, a short drive from Windsor Castle – and St George’s Chapel, where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will marry. Contact Savills (www.savills.com).
TODENHAM HALL, GLOUCESTERSHIRE £3,999,950
With its classical façade and airy proportions, this listed Georgian rectory in Moreton-in-marsh has plenty to recommend it, including a top-notch security system and a substantial old coach house. Contact Strutt & Parker (www.struttandparker.com).