This historic manor house, The Old Rectory, is located in London and is Wimbledon’s oldest house. It was built in the early 1500s and is situated behind St Mary’s Church with glorious grounds of over 2.5 acres. The Old Rectory, once owned by the Crown and used by Henry Vlll, has been completely refurbished. The home features over 16,000 square feet of living space with 7 reception rooms, 7 bedrooms, ornate ceilings and carved oak panelling throughout, bespoke gourmet kitchen complete with top of the range La Cornue appliances, breakfast terrace, medieval chapel and much more. The gardens were originally designed by the designer responsible for Hampton Court Palace and include beautifully landscaped lawns, a stunning medieval fig tree trail, shaded paths and large pond extending to over 2.5 acres in total. The price is available upon request.