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Denham Place: A Storied Haven of British Architectural Grandeur and Tranquility, Still Available at £75 Million After Two Years on the Market

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Nestled within the tranquil landscapes of Denham, Buckinghamshire, Denham Place is a testament to British architectural brilliance and storied heritage. Priced at £75 million, this esteemed Grade I listed mansion sprawls across 43 acres of meticulously manicured parkland, envisioned by the renowned landscape architect Lancelot 'Capability' Brown.

With roots tracing back to its construction between 1688 and 1701, Denham Place has played host to illustrious figures such as the Bonaparte Imperial family, JP Morgan, and Lord Robert Vansittart. The mansion boasts 12 lavish bedrooms, grand reception rooms, and intricately adorned plasterwork ceilings, evoking an aura of timeless sophistication.

Beyond the primary residence, Denham Place encompasses a Grade II listed coach house, estate cottages, and ancillary buildings, offering a total expanse of 28,525 sq. ft. The idyllic landscape provides the perfect backdrop for strolls and contemplation amidst nature's splendour. Further adding to its allure, Denham Place boasts planning consent for converting the coach house into a state-of-the-art VIP health spa. This transformative addition will complement amenities, including a gym, sauna, steam room, and a lavish 15-meter swimming pool.

Residents can also partake in leisurely rounds of golf at the nearby Buckinghamshire Golf Club. Conveniently positioned just 17 miles from Mayfair and 20 miles from The City, Denham Place offers seamless access to London's cultural and financial epicentres. This unparalleled blend of luxury, history, and convenience makes Denham Place an exceptional retreat for discerning buyers seeking a timeless sanctuary amidst the bustling landscape of Buckinghamshire.

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