Palladian-Inspired Manor by Consero London in Royal County of Berkshire Asks £22M (PHOTOS)

Palladian-Inspired Manor by Consero London in Royal County of Berkshire Asks £22M

Sunningdale, Berkshire, England

A substantial new Palladian-inspired residence in England’s affluent Royal County of Berkshire is on the market for £22,000,000. The 20,000 square foot residence, known as Hills End, sits on a lush 1.75 acre property and was developed by luxury home builder Consero London. Hills End is an ultra-luxurious six-bedroom mansion with extensive accommodation over three storeys with west facing sky terrace and a substantial swimming pool, gym and spa complex. The property has been meticulously crafted and engineered to combine the very best British craftsmanship and internationally sourced materials, with innovative technology in order to create an incomparable living experience in this quintessentially English setting. The property also includes two gatehouses with comfortable staff accommodation. The Royal County of Berkshire has ties to a lengthly list of notable residents, including Elton John, Kate Winslet, Jane Austen and Agatha Christie. It’s currently the most expensive property publicly listed in the Royal County of Berkshire. Hills End is on the market for £22,000,000 with Savills.

















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