Price upon Request but we're guessing somewhere north of $40 million. Sotheby's describes the residence as one telling the history of England "through its incarnation from Royal deer park, to hunting lodge, to grand aristocratic residence welcoming great political characters."
The main gates are historically protected and classified as Grade II listed ornate wrought iron gates. Driving down the main road you're surrounded by grazing pastures for sheep and deer. The property falls under various heritage designations with the Mansion classified as Grade II and the botanical parklands classified Grade I dating back to the eighteenth century designed by Charles Bridgeman and James Gibbs.