Lee Radziwill’s Old Home Turville Grange is for Sale
If you ever loved any of Lee Radziwill’s homes, now one can be yours. Turville Grange in Henley, England has just gone on the market for 18,750,000 Pounds. She lived in the Grade II listed property from 1966-1974 after which it was sold to Henry Ford II and stayed in the Ford family since. It actually feels like a good price considering how much is included on the property.
“This incredible Grade II listed property was built in the late 18th Century and has since undergone extensive refurbishments and alterations to become the grand estate it is today. The main manor house presents exquisite period features throughout including two chimneys, sash windows and an original, 18th-century, walled garden. Set across two storeys, the property is well laid out with all of the downstairs reception rooms connected via the main entrance hall. The key rooms throughout the home are well proportioned with exquisite features and an abundance of natural light. . The residence comprises some 8000 sq ft with 10 bedrooms, ample living quarters, a wine store, China store and two pantry’s. Connected via a covered walkway is the premier guest house with independent sitting room, kitchen, bathroom and two bedrooms.
The home features a selection of outbuildings including 3 Guest Cottage’s, a secondary residence, converted stables and a contemporary pool house. The luxurious pool house sits within the luscious grounds of the property featuring a large swimming pool, fitness centre, spa facilities, and a guest suite.
The White House is a private secondary residence situated on the property. The home is some 1900 sq ft and features an impressive walled garden and double garage. Comprising a sitting room, formal dining room, a kitchen, and two bedrooms both with ensuites and dressing rooms, this home is the perfect guest house for family and friends when they come to visit. There are three further guest cottages on the property enveloped by beautifully landscaped gardens.
Further outbuildings include a converted stable block, barns, garages and a large glass house.”via Beauchamp Estates
This is how the room looked when Lee Radziwill lived at Turville Grange.
The kitchen is the one room that could definitely use a renovation.