During the next few days, the BMW PGA Championship in Surrey, will draw attention from around the world to England, but a new classical Neo-Palladian mansion in this area is also in the spotlight.
Dubbed Hurstbourne, the three-acre property adjacent to the PGA West Course within the esteemed Wentworth Estate, just hit the market for £27 million (US$34.9 million), according to Knight Frank, which is handling the sale along with Barnes Private Office.
The symmetrical entrance gates are surrounded by stone wings with “Hurstbourne” inscribed on both sides. The long, winding driveway leads up to the classical-style Neo-Palladian mansion, finished completely with hand-carved limestone from France.
The home has six bedrooms, six bathrooms and six reception rooms. The developer, Consero London, best known for designing and building luxury homes in Surrey, assembled an international team for the interior.
“The interiors and design of Hurstbourne is to be fully appreciated,” listing agent James Cleland told Mansion Global. “Of particular note are the handmade chandeliers, and the hand painted silk wallpaper made by crafts people in Japan.”
Amenities include manicured gardens and flowing lawns, a swimming pool and private parking. The Wentworth Estate is the residential center of the exclusive Wentworth Club, which offers restaurants, a spa, swimming pool, gym, tennis courts as well as three golf courses.
Additionally, Wentworth is close to the Heathrow Airport and a number of prestigious private schools.
The BMW PGA Championship, an annual men’s tournament on the European Tour, began Thursday and ends Sunday.
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