The largest wing of a mansion house with peacock wallpapers like those found in Buckingham Palace has gone on the market for the eye-watering sum of £995,000.
Grade II Listed Marley House, is in Rattery, one of Devon’s oldest villages and six miles from Totnes, and it’s a converted Georgian mansion that boasts an extraordinary 13.9 acres.
The palatial property features peacock feather wallpaper, which is reputedly the same as that in Buckingham Palace, DevonLive reports.
From the secure gated access, the house is approached via a sweeping tree-lined driveway that opens out onto a water feature dominating the central area.
“There is a real sense of grandeur as you step out and look over the grounds with the stone pillars and original sash windows,” says Jonathan Mowday, Property Sales Negotiator and Valuer for Stags, Totnes.
He added: “It is very rare that a house of this stature comes to the market. It is a truly unique property”.
The inside of the stately property is breath-taking. The imposing front door leads into a stunning dining hall boasting a marble fireplace and surround and exquisite sweeping staircase leading to the first floor.
The stunning period residence, which dates back to the Georgian era, features several large reception rooms.
But the real feature elevating the property to almost the same status of a regal one is its drawing room, which contains the famous peacock feather wallpaper, reputedly found in Buckingham Palace, too.
The wallpaper is said to be almost iridescent, appearing to change colour with different lights and angles.
The wing’s kitchen is also reminiscent of those seen on the set of royal movies, as it boasts a chandelier, granite work surfaces, large Aga and an all-important wine rack.
From the kitchen, there are steps down to the basement which houses a separate utility area as well as an open shower area and sauna. You’ll also find a further reception room, which is currently used as a bar and TV room.
On the first floor, the master bedroom looks like it’s been designed with royalty in mind, with sash windows, window seats and ornate walls and ceiling.
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The ensuite bathroom is pretty much all you could possibly want, featuring his and hers wash basins, a large shower enclosure, mosaics, artwork and a centre-stage bath tub.
The first floor also includes a reception room that is currently used as a cinema room.
There are a further three double bedrooms on the second floor, all with ensuite.
The outside is almost as stunning as the inside as its extensive grounds are home to a private wood, lake, triple garage and a separate 7.2 acres paddock.