A 1930’s home near Ellesborough is on the market, and the next owner will get to live next door to the Prime Minister himself!
But the family that buys the five bedroom mansion will have to pay for the privilege, the guide price is £2.25million.
The property, which is a stone’s throw away from the PM’s official country residence Chequers, is believed to have been constructed by the Bishop of Oxford in 1933.
It sits within 6.5acres of land, and is close to the Coombe Hill beauty spot, and Wendover Woods.
The home’s entrance hall boasts a wood burning stove and leads into reception rooms of a study, drawing room, dining room and kitchen/breakfast room.
Upstairs all five bedrooms have built in wardrobe space, and two offer en suite facilities.
A centrally located family bathroom and large gym complete the upper level.
And if the gym doesn’t tickle your fancy, there is a swimming pool onsite too.
The property is being marketed by estate agents Hamptons International, and agents say that it is in the perfect location.
A brochure advertising the home reads: “Situated in the sought after Buckinghamshire village, an area of outstanding natural beauty, with an ‘outstanding’ primary school 0.2 miles away and a 14th century church.”
It added: “The property is boarded by the Ridgeway walk to the west and the Chequers estate to the east, surrounded by superb countryside.”
To find out more about the home call Hamptons International on: 01494 863134