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This £30m home set in 40 acres of land comes with a royal neighbour

Daily Mail logo Daily Mail 25/11/2021 Andy Dolan for the Daily Mail
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With the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge rumoured to be keen on a move to Windsor, this luxury property could be just the ticket.

Set in 40 acres a sceptre's throw from Windsor Castle, it certainly seems fit for a future king.

Boasting a 1,000-bottle wine cellar and a master suite with an impressive 16 wardrobes, Harford Manor is valued at around £30million, making it one of the most expensive properties outside London.

The mansion has nine bedrooms, a double-height galleried entrance hall, five fireplaces, a grand piano, library, indoor pool and sauna, an office overlooking the third-of-a-mile driveway, boot room, chef's kitchen and gym within its 23,000 sq ft of living space. 

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The 'principal suite' has his and hers en-suite rooms and a sunken marble bath with views over the landscaped garden and fields beyond.

Heating, lighting and music is controlled by wall-mounted tablet computers, while the TV room boasts nine screens which can be watched individually or synchronised to become one giant video wall.

Situated outside Holyport, Berkshire, it is a 20-minute drive from Eton College and is handily placed for Ascot racecourse and the Royal Berkshire polo club. 

The part white-washed, part brick and part cedar-clad house has stables, groom's quarters, an indoor riding arena, a tennis court, garaging for eight cars and a helipad.

It is on the market with luxury property agency Fine & Country, which says it will work with other estate agents to sell the property and offer them 1 per cent of the sale price – meaning a potential £300,000 windfall for one lucky agency. 

For a video tour of the property, head to YouTube. Interested parties should contact Damion Merry at Fine and Country on 01628200511 or 07369211735.

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