|Added on Rightmove:||21 November 2016 (331 days ago)|
- 6 Bedrooms
- 7 Bathrooms
- Tennis Court
- Off Street Parking
- Available January 2017
An attractive and imposing red brick Georgian property located in the heart of Sonning Village. Built in the late 1700's this listed property is steeped in English and world history. One time the home of Sir Terence Rattigan, one of England's most popular playwrights. He wrote his most famous internationally acclaimed play "The Winslow Boy" here, in 1945. The building bears a much coveted historical blue plaque stating that Sir Terence Rattigan lived here, one of very few historical blue plaques in Berkshire. It was also the summer residence of former US President Dwight D. Eisenhower and it is believed that some of his strategic war planning and preparations were conducted here.
The property boasts 6 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, attic rooms, large dining room, drawing room, original orangery, den, basement, attic and hard surface tennis court and gardens.
Stunning views of the river from the upper floors. Walking distance to excellents pubs and restaurants.
Private gardens, tennis court and annexe.
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