Mansion once owned by William the Conqueror’s wife goes on sale for £1m and comes with ‘Lord of the Manor’ title

Mansion once owned by William the Conqueror’s wife goes on sale for £1m and comes with ‘Lord of the Manor’ title

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A HISTORIC mansion has gone on the market for just shy of £1 million – but the buyer will be gaining more than just a place on the property ladder.

The historic house situated near Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, was once owned by William the Conqueror’s wife and comes with its own “Lord of the Manor” title.

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This stunning property comes with its very own noble title – Lord of the Manor[/caption]

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The historic mansion was once owned by William the Conqueror’s wife[/caption]

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The “exceptional” home is fit with a picturesque garden and regal interiors[/caption]

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This five-bed property is on the market for just shy of £1 million[/caption]

House hunters in a search for a blue-blooded title can purchase the mansion for just shy of £1 million.

The owner of the property will officially be known as, in full, Lord of the Manor of Mythe and Mythe Hook.

The Grade II listed, five-bed home is described as an “exceptional” residence fit with a picturesque garden and regal interiors.

On the market for a cool £975,000, owners of this historic mansion can enjoy the perfect combination of medieval and modern architecture.

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Situated near Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire – this property and its title could be yours[/caption]

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With a historic past, this mansion is the perfect combination of ancient and modern[/caption]

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The mansion is on the market with estate agents Knight Frank[/caption]

The mansion’s royal connections date back to the 11th century – and the first recorded owner was once Queen of England, married to William the Conqueror.

It’s thought that the title Lord of the Manor was originally bestowed by King John and has since been handed down to each new owner.

With the main reception rooms facing south-west, this home is bright and light for the majority of the day – adding to its charm.

The stunning property and noble title are on the market with the estate agents Knight Frank and could be all yours – if you have just under £1 million to spare.

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The residence has been the home to a few historic royals[/caption]

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The mansion could be yours for £975,000[/caption]

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There has been a structure on the site of this fabulous house since Roman Britain[/caption]

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The first owner on record is believed to be Queen Matilda, wife of William the Conqueror in the 11th century[/caption]

The brochure for the property reads: “Locally it is referred to as the infamous King John’s Hunting Lodge, however, there has been a structure on the site since Roman times.

“The first owner on record is believed to be Queen Matilda, wife of William the Conqueror and subsequently, Tewkesbury Abbey was believed to have a free-standing chapel on the site.


“The house is beautifully presented and combines architecture from the medieval and 16th Century with modern-day finishes and comforts.

“The rooms have excellent proportions, the house being arranged over three levels with the main reception rooms facing south-west thus making them wonderfully light.”

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House hunters with an eye for a blue-blooded title can bag one with this property[/caption]

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The mansion also has a beautiful garden[/caption]

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The five-bed mansion is also a Grade II listed building[/caption]


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