Live the Life of King Edward VII at Rangemore Hall

March 4, 2010
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Live Like King Edward VII at Rangemore Hall

Have you ever wished you live the life of King Edward VII? Live in his luxury house is all you ever wanted? Check this out.

The luxurious Edward VII Wing at Rangemore Hall in Burton-upon-Trent, England, has been listed for sale at £2.5 million or about $3.8 million, the London Daily Mail reports.

It was built for the Bass family of brewing fame, Rangemore Hall’s owner Lord Burton constructed the wing for a visit from King Edward VII, known as “Dirty Bertie”, and his bride Queen Alexandra in 1907.

At 12,000-sq.-ft. it is far larger than the Hall itself, and the features include a one-bedroom flat attached to the wing by a hidden staircase used to have room for Edward’s mistress Lillie Langtry. The wing features its own ballroom, seven bedrooms, six bathrooms, three reception rooms, a study and a strong room used to house the royals’ family’s crown jewels. Succeeding owners have renovated it to include a leisure complex completed in a Romanesque style and a heated swimming pool and Jacuzzi.

The wing oversees 10 acres of parkland including two private lakes, a topiary garden with an in-set water feature, four-car garage and electronic gated private driveway.

If you have the money then you can live the way a royalty is.