This historic 21-acre estate, named Pyrford Court, is located in Surrey, England. The land for this grand estate was purchased in 1906 by Lord Iveagh (the second Earl of Iveagh) from his father-in-law, the 4th Earl of Onslow. The central block of the house was started in 1906 to the requirements of Lord Iveagh (then the
Hon. Rupert Guinness) and the design of Mr. Clyde Young. It was built to be a comfortably sized English home and designed in the Georgian style. In 1911 Lord Iveagh decided to enlarge the accommodation and employed Mr. Hale to design additions in the form of two wings, terraces to the North and South and a bridge to connect the north terrace to the north lawn.

It boasts 9 bedrooms, 6 reception rooms, grand ballroom, library, gym, swimming pool, staff flat, impressive gardens, outbuildings and much more.

The price is available upon request.

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  • NOVA Ben

    Very very impressive. The land looks beautiful and the home is fabulous…I wish they had more photos of the actual home. Judging by the sheer scale of the place and where it’s located, I’m sure the price is eye-watering.




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  • John

    just cant get excited by this.




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  • Grrrowler

    Now this has tons of potential. The exterior is lovely, and what we can see of the interior shows that there are some beautifully-scaled rooms. The current interior decor is laughable, at best, but I can see this being truly stunning inside with the right decorator.




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    • bub

      This has to be bad staging decor. They would have been much better off just leaving the rooms empty so you could appreciate them, instead of cluttering them up with a lot of junky furniture etc….




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  • Daniel

    It looks like a beautiful home inside and out. I love the openness of the interior rooms. I wonder what that bridges crosses over? Water or just a ditch?




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    • bub

      I think it may just go over the drive to connect the house to the grounds.




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  • rob

    Beautiful home. It would be even better with about 23000 acres and some serfs.




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    • bub

      I have some serfs I’ve been looking to get rid of for awhile. Nobody seems to want a good serf these days. Call me, I’ll give you a really good deal on them.




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  • Rowland

    This is where they filmed ‘The Omen” in the 1980s; Gregory Peck and Lee Remick’s names used to be painted on the doors of the attic rooms which they used as dressing rooms. Some Hammer films used the exterior. ‘The Cat and the Canary” was also filmed here, using the interiors as well. In that film, they use the secret door in the library which accessed a staircase connecting Lord Iveagh’s dressing room, the library and his private laboratory.




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  • Richard

    I lived in Pyrford when The Omen was being filmed, around the time, I used to deliver newspapers there, because it had been a nursing home…….loved the bit in the film, when G.peck leaves the house, via the Bothy houses, the copper guarding the household, goes on his radio, to say they’ve lost the house, and heading towards Seven Hills Road…….amazing, that’s about 5 miles away..
    A few years ago it was on for 8-9m, and it was reported that a certain Geriatric Haliwell was interested in buying it.
    Yeah not a bad pad, when I win the lottery, it’s mine




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