Three day eventing fans take note: one of the four properties inside Vanbrugh Castle in Greenwich has come onto the market. This early Georgian Grade I listed property, built between 1718-19, was designed by Sir John Vanbrugh, architect of Castle Howard and Blenheim Palace, for his own personal use.
This property, offered through Kershaws, consists of a wing of the castle within the extension built at the turn of last century and features a magnificent 30′ duel aspect reception room with commanding views over the park and also over its own idyllic rear gardens and on to London; the family kitchen opens directly out to the gardens. The master bedroom suite includes a dressing room and a shower room and the house has three further bedrooms plus a family bathroom.
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The private gardens extend to around 2.5 acres, and have been designed to provide lawned areas, a formal knot garden and extensive woodland set within which is a studio currently used as an office.
The property will provide a premium spot from which to watch the cross-country phase of the three day eventing at the London Olympics in 2012, scheduled to take place in Greenwich Park.
The guide price is £1,750,000. For further information please contact Kershaws.Eu on 020 8297 2922 or visit www.kershaws.eu.