A stunning Grade II listed property has hit the market in Oxfordshire and it is no surprise it is the most expensive house for sale in the county.

The historic property was built the late 18th century and has since undergone extensive refurbishments and alterations, making it the grand estate it is today.

If you have a cool £18,750,000 spare, then this house in Henley could be all yours. 

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The main manor house has a huge range of period features throughout including two chimneys, sash windows and an original, 18th century, walled garden.

The house is set across two levels and more than 8000 square feet, 10 bedrooms, ample living quarters, a wine store, China store and two pantries.

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The key rooms throughout the home are described by Beauchamp Estates, the agents marketing the propery, as “well-proportioned with exquisite features and an abundance of natural light”.

Alongside the main house, if you move in you get a selection of outbuildings including three guest cottages, a secondary residence, converted stables and a contemporary pool house.

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The pool house is positioned within the grounds of the property and has a large swimming pool, fitness centre, spa facilities, and a guest suite.

The White House is a private secondary residence situated on the property.

The home is around 1900 square feet and features a walled garden and double garage.

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It comes with a sitting room, formal dining room, a kitchen, and two bedrooms both with ensuites and dressing rooms.

The estate agent says the home is the “perfect guest house” for family and friends when they come to visit.

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Further outbuildings include a converted stable block, barns, garages and a large glass house.


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This story was written by Sophie Perry. She joined the team in 2021 as a digital reporter.

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