Flats for sale in Oct 2011

The top British and Irish stately home apartments and wings for sale:
(** denotes changes this month)

Apley Hall, Shropshire, England
Principal house, £1.75m, 10 acres, built 1811 for Thomas Whitmore by John Webb (flats 2007), Grade II*, gardens unlisted, Savills, brochure, satellite, website, school, last sold 2008 (£1.4m), launched Sep 2010, Country Seat, DiCamillo, Wiki.
                                           Also for sale the Georgian House and the Courtyard House.

Westwood House, Worcestershire, England
The Saloon (Flat 4), £995,000, 2.5 acres, built 1600 (flats 1950s), Grade I, gardens Grade II, Hamptons, brochure, satellite, website, last sold 1999, launched Mar 2008 (£1.25m), Country Seat, DiCamillo, Wiki. Also for sale the Elizabethan Suite.

Tyninghame House, East Lothian, Scotland
West Wing, £1.45m, 38 acres, remodelled 1829 for 9th Earl of Haddington by William Burn (flats 1989), Category A, listed gardens, Rettie, Savills, brochure, satellite, last sold 1989, launched May 2010 (£1.65m), Country Seat, DiCamillo, Wiki.

Wormleybury Manor, Hertfordshire, England
The Adam Suite, £1.095m, built 1769/82 by Robert Mylne for Sir Abraham Hume, interiors 1779 by Robert AdamGrade I, gardens Grade II, Dreampad, brochure, DiCamilloWiki. Also Osterley £525,000 and other £420,000.

Holme Eden Hall, Cumbria, England
February (Flat 2), £490,000, 1 acre, built 1837 for Peter Dixon by John Dobson (flats 2004), Grade II*, unlisted gardens, Strutt & Parker, brochure, satellite, website, photo, last sold 2009, launched Oct 2010, Country Seat, DiCamillo, Wiki.
                                           Also for sale Flats 1, 6, 9, 10 and 12.

Summers Place, West Sussex, England
Flat 1, £895,000, 13 acres, 1865 re-built 1880 by John Norton (flats 2009), Grade II, gardens unlisted, Monkhouse, brochure, developer & brochure, Auctions, satellite, last sold 2009, launched 2010 (£950,000), Country Seat, DiCamillo, Wiki. (Flats 2 & 11).

New River Head, London, England
Chairman’s Office, £2.65m, 1 acre, built 1920 as Metropolitan Water Board HQ by (Herbert) Austen Hall (flats 1996) with c1693 water house’s Oak Room & ceiling (in situ 1886), Grade II, Modern House, Savills, Foxtons, satellite, Wiki.

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