Former House Creator Jaguar marketed for $ 9.8 million
Former House Creator Jaguar marketed for $ 9.8 million. Home of one of the founders of a luxury car manufacturer Jaguar which Sir William Lyons was recently rumored to be sold for $ 9.8 million.
The house is located in Wappenbury, England was once occupied by Lyons before he died in 1985.
From 2007 until today the property occupied by Godfrey and Marie Hall is not altered in the slightest.
“The layout of the house is exactly the same as when Sir William occupy the house, we just upgraded some new fittings as well as create a new bathroom,” said current owner Godfrey told the Wall Street Journal.
The property has a size of 329.47 hectares within just half an hour journey from the factory Jaguar. The house has a swimming pool, two tennis courts, parks, and open green spaces that surround the house.
Besides the house is also not spared equipped with other facilities such as a first floor includes a living room, sitting room, dining room, kitchen, breakfast room, music studio, an office two toilets, and two warehouses.
The property has a total of nine bedrooms with four bathrooms in Wappenbury Hall. Source business insider