|Added on Rightmove:||25 May 2016 (732 days ago)|
- 8 Bedrooms
- 4 Bathrooms
- Total 3.72 acre Island
- Private Gate
- Private Pier
- Swimming Pool
The rarest opportunity to live in the living piece of history - Magna Carta Island - the alleged site of the signing of the Magna Carta in 1215.
A beautiful 3.72 acre island in the river Thames, separate with two detached houses. Total 8 bedrooms with four bathrooms; 2 kitchens with 4 large size living rooms.
The Main Property, the magnificent dining room with amazing intricate wooden panelling, seats 16 people, has open fireplace and an open aspect across the expansice lawn, swimming pool and includes a tree planted by Queen Elizabeth II in 1974. One first floor are 6 bedrooms, the master bedroom with en suite dressing room and bathroom, as well as a family bathroom.
A secondary cottage, located opposite the house, has a reception room, kitchen/breakfast room, 2 bedrooms and a bathroom.
The grounds are mostly laid to an expansive lawn with topiary, yew trees and several other important trees, whilst approximately 390 metres of river frontage to the Thames provides an ideal mooring for a large launch or river pleasure boat. A small bridge connects the island to the mainland from where road links lead to Windsor, Heathrow and London.
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