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Fulmer Rise Manor – £9,000,000

Fulmer Rise Manor – £9,000,000

Fulmer Rise Manor – £9,000,000
March 18
04:07 2011

£9,000,000

Fulmer Rise Manor is an impressive Victorian country house surrounded by outstanding mature wooded grounds.  It is believed to be the oldest property on the Fulmer Rise Estate and dates from the mid 19th century.  The house has attractive brick and timber elevations under a tiled roof and from the Manor there are fabulous views over the surrounding countryside.  The wonderfully proportioned formal and informal rooms include elegant fireplaces, ornate oak panelling and cornicing, impressive ceiling heights and covered radiators.  The current owners have carried out a comprehensive schedule of refurbishment.

The property has been fitted with many modern facilities including integrated audio system throughout the ground floor rooms.  The first and second floors offer excellent accommodation and most of the bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms.  The property is approached through 4 metre high, ornamental cast-iron, electronic entrance gates with high brick piers over a herringbone brick drive bordered by rhododendrons, firs and woodland.  This leads to the main parking area and then to a secondary parking area beyond.  The property includes a helipad, private lake, tennis court, workshops & stables, summer house and two guest cottages.

Price: £9,000,000 / $12,568,472
Size: 8,725 Sq. Ft.
Bedrooms: 8
Bathrooms: 5 Full, 2 Half
Speciality Items: 8.2 Acres, Home Gym with Shower, Heated Swimming Pool, Sunken Hot Tub, Oak Summer House with Kitchenette, Private Lake, Garage Complex, Formal Gardens, 2 Cottages (Jasmine Cottage & Honeysuckle Cottage), Ornate Oak Paneling, Built in Audio, 1850’s Solid Oak Front Door, Tennis Court, Helipad, Ponds.
Address: Fulmer Rise, Fulmer, Slough, England

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