Rockshaw House, Surrey
A period property within the M25. A 5 bedroom character mansion with 2 acres of stunning grounds including tennis court, outdoor swimming pool and 100 metre zipwire and climbing wall. With 4 grand reception rooms and 4 bathrooms, the 6000 square foot house was built in 1933 by the curator of Kew Gardens so the property aesthetics deliberately entice the outside in. A vast 6metre square orangery provides the sensation of floating in parkland. Most striking features include endless arched palladian windows, a grand sweeping wooden staircase, parquet flooring and plentiful open fireplaces.
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