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.