Dh143m Wentworth mansion has British grandeur aplenty – in pictures

West Drive is a plot of land containing not one, but two freehold residences in substantial grounds with direct access onto the West Course — one of Wentworth’s three championship golf courses and one of the top 100 courses in the world, according to Golf Monthly. Courtesy Henry Wiltshire International

Dh143m Wentworth mansion has British grandeur aplenty - in pictures

The famous Wentworth Club is on the outskirts of London, in the village of Virginia Water just seven miles from Heathrow Airport. Courtesy Henry Wiltshire International

Dh143m Wentworth mansion has British grandeur aplenty - in pictures

A lower ground floor has a pool, gym, games room, cinema, playroom and staff quarters. Courtesy Henry Wiltshire International


Dh143m Wentworth mansion has British grandeur aplenty - in pictures

It is a south-facing property spread over four floors. Courtesy Henry Wiltshire International

Dh143m Wentworth mansion has British grandeur aplenty - in pictures

The Wentworth Estate was originally a seat of aristocracy, but in the 1920s was transformed by local builder WG Tarrant into an estate for luxury properties, with mansions built onto plots containing a minimum of one acre (4,000 square metres) of land. Courtesy Henry Wiltshire International

Dh143m Wentworth mansion has British grandeur aplenty - in pictures

The main ground floor area containing a reception room running the full length of the property, an entrance hall, a kitchen/family room, a study and a dining room. Courtesy Henry Wiltshire International

Dh143m Wentworth mansion has British grandeur aplenty - in pictures

Chelsea House, pictured, is being offered alongside Cawsand Place, which is one of the few remaining homes built by Tarrant on the Wentworth Estate. Courtesy Henry Wiltshire International

Dh143m Wentworth mansion has British grandeur aplenty - in pictures

Cawsand Place stands at 5,500 sq ft with an adjoining pool, but has planning consent to be demolished and replaced with a 22,500 sq ft mansion on 3.9 acres of land with an adjoining security building. Pictured, Chelsea House. Courtesy Henry Wiltshire International

Dh143m Wentworth mansion has British grandeur aplenty - in pictures

The two properties are owned via a pair of offshore companies registered in the Isle of Man, which effectively means they are not liable for Stamp Duty Land Tax — a UK property tax that was recently increased to 12 per cent for homes worth over £1.5m, or 15 per cent for any additional homes owned. Courtesy Henry Wiltshire International

Dh143m Wentworth mansion has British grandeur aplenty - in pictures

Inside Chelsea House. Courtesy Henry Wiltshire International

Dh143m Wentworth mansion has British grandeur aplenty - in pictures

Wentworth is the birthplace of the Ryder Cup and the BMWPGA Championship. It was recently bought by Reignwood Group – a Chinese conglomerate that is looking to reposition it as the number one golf club in the UK and among the top ten globally. Courtesy Henry Wiltshire International

Dh143m Wentworth mansion has British grandeur aplenty - in pictures

The dining room in Chelsea House. Courtesy Henry Wiltshire International

Dh143m Wentworth mansion has British grandeur aplenty - in pictures

A grand piano awaits. Courtesy Henry Wiltshire International

Dh143m Wentworth mansion has British grandeur aplenty - in pictures

Sweeping staircases await the new owners. Courtesy Henry Wiltshire International

Dh143m Wentworth mansion has British grandeur aplenty - in pictures

A number of highly-regarded schools are close by, including Eton. Courtesy Henry Wiltshire International

Dh143m Wentworth mansion has British grandeur aplenty - in pictures

Pictured, Chelsea House. Nearby Cawsand Place is said to not be practical for modern life. Courtesy Henry Wiltshire International

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