Fabergé is the ideal film location:
only 18 miles from Central London, the estate can provide secluded privacy behind walls, ample court yard parking for up to 30 vehicles,
immaculate expanse of lawn on south and west side of the house, an area of woodland, additional accomodation for a production office,
4 spare bedrooms for crew members in adjoining cottages.
the house itself is red brick Georgian with Victorian alterations such as the windows; the house is surrounded by lawn on the east, south and west side;
the interior is that of an elegant country house with a yellow hall and a checker board marble floor.
the drawing room is carpeted throughout with turkish/persian rugs on top. the fire place is a splendid marble rarity of the the late 18th century; heads of state, prime ministers and other notable figures of the 18th and 19th century have been in the room and seen the fireplace. the room is octagonal in shape and hung with period paintings, landscapes and portraits. the fireplace can be lit.
off the drawing room is the library, also with an elegant fireplace which cannot be lit. the room is lined with book cases.
also on the ground floor is the dining room with a large table that can seat 12, period italian dining chairs to go with it. the colour of the dining room is turquoise green, the curtains are silk. there is also a marble fireplace which cannot be lit.
off the groundfloor corridor are a boot room/wardrobe, the owner's small home office which is not available and a large 1970's kitchen
with units and storage in yellow laminate and a white laminate kitchen counter. it has 2 large windows facing east. there is also a small table in a corner.
the staircase leading to the first floor is carpeted and has an elegant banister.
on the first floor there are
the master bedroom with a large four-poster bed, the master bathroom with 70's period pink basins (2 set in marble) and a pink bath.
there are also 3 more bedrooms and a further bathroom.