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Park Lodge, Pertenhall Road, Stonely, ST NEOTS, Cambridgeshire
Sold - subject to contract

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A fine historic house set within the Kimbolton Castle parkland and enjoying panoramic views over the surrounding countryside. Accommodation and Amenities Main House * Reception Hall * Drawing Room * Library * Dining Room * Morning Room * Snooker Room * Victorian Orangery * Kitchen * Breakfast Room * Utility/Boot Room * Wine Store * 2 Downstairs Cloakrooms * Front Entrance Porch * Master Suite with Dressing Room * 3 Additional Bedroom Suites with Dressing Rooms * 2 Further Bedrooms * Family Shower Room * Separate Cloakroom * Ancillary Accommodation * 3 bedroom Cottage/Coach House * Outbuildings Gardens & Grounds * Triple Garage * Single Garage & Workshop * Further Single Garage * 2 Ponds & a Lake * Walled Garden * Ha Ha * Tennis Court * Orchard * Dogs Yard wit Kennels * Large Summer House * Childs Wooden Playhouse * Landscaped Gardens * Panoramic Views * For Sale Freehold Total Sq Ft Including Outbuilding: 9,800 In All Around: 11.5 Acres (4.65 Hectares) This wonderful former hunting lodge dates back to Tudor Times and its origins are over 400 years old. Surprisingly the house is not listed. Park Lodge is positioned on top of a gentle hill overlooking Kimbolton Castle and its adjoining parkland. By the late 18th Century the Castle had been remodelled and the Duke of Manchester extended Park Lodge for his son Viscount Mandeville. During the late 19th Century Park Lodge was associated with various meetings of King Edward VII and his mistress Lillie Langtry. The 10th Duke of Manchester sold Kimbolton Castle to pay death duties in 1950 after 340 years of the family's occupation but he retained Park Lodge as a summer home and he moved to Kenya. The family crest can be seen on the elevations of the house.  
£2,350,000

Bedrooms

6

Bathrooms

7

Receptions

5

Other rooms

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Garages

3

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