Anyone in the market for a home with a bit of royal history should look no further. One of Prince Charles’s former homes—Brimpts Mead Estate—is officially on the market for the first time in three decades, according to The Times.
Comprised of nine acres, the house, which is located in Dartmoor National Park in South West London, is currently on the market for $6.7 million. Built between 1893 and 1906, the estate is comprised of a house, two cottages, horse paddocks, an area of woodland and a bank of the River Dart. The mansion features six bedrooms, a fireplace, granite floors, a study, a library, a gentlemen’s room and a ballroom. (See images of the estate here.)
According to the report, Charles sold the residence to the current owners, who have not been named, back in 1993. However, the deal did leave him with some rights to the property, specifically the right to fish, as long as he gives 24 hours’ notice. (It’s important to note that the listing agent for the property mentioned that Prince Charles has never stopped by his former estate.) The 72-year-old royal and his wife, Camilla Parker Bowles, still own the land surrounding the estate.
The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall's official London residence, the Clarence House, has been in the royal family for generations. Previously the residence of Prince William and Prince Harry, Clarence House went through "extensive refurbishment and redecoration," before Charles moved in in 2003.
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