Russian billionaire snaps up a £21.5million mansion

Russian billionaire snaps up a £21.5million mansion


A private palace! Russian billionaire snaps up a £21.5million Surrey mansion complete with a swimming pool, bowling alley and helipad

  • A mysterious Russian billionaire has bought a £21.5million mansion in Englefield Green, Surrey
  • Windsor Park Hall is a sprawling 29,000 sq ft estate complete with formal lawns, tennis court and helipad
  • Property, designed in neo-classical style, also boasts a swimming pool and a bedroom the size of a flat 

A mysterious Russian billionaire has bought a breathtaking Surrey mansion for £21.5million, it has been revealed. 

The billionaire, who has not been named, snapped up Windsor Park Hall, in Englefield Green, which is just a stone’s throw from Windsor Great Park and a 15 minute drive from Windsor Castle. 

The 29,000 sq ft property is designed in neo-classical style and boasts nine bedrooms, a bowling alley, cinema room, swimming pool and a separate staff annexe. 

It is set in seven acres of grounds that boast everything a billionaire could want to stay occupied during lockdown, from a tennis court and a private helipad.

Breathtaking: A mysterious Russian billionaire has bought this sprawling Surrey mansion for £21.5million, it has been revealed

Bringing the spa home: The stunning indoor swimming pool has french doors that open out to the garden and terrace

Games night! The entertainment suite includes a bowling alley that’s perfect for a family get together

Movie night at mine! The plush cinema room comes complete with comfy plush sofas and soundproof technology

The deal was brokered by Beauchamp Estates and has been described as ‘one of the biggest residential property deals’ in the county in the last five years. 

Offering accommodation over four floors, connected by a main staircase and lift, the mansion boasts a spectacular double-height entrance hall, three reception rooms, a study/home office, a family kitchen and breakfast room with pantry, guest powder room and a games room.  

In a side wing of the mansion there is a swimming pool, designed in the style of an orangery, with doors from the pool room opening onto a terrace and the gardens. 

The principal bedroom, situated on the first floor, is the size of a typical apartment and comes with two walk-in dressing rooms and two marble bathrooms. 

Fit for a princess! The principal bedroom, pictured, has two marble bathrooms and is the size of a typical apartment

Soak it all up: One of the two bathrooms that connects to the principal bedroom, featuring a freestanding bath

Lots of room for little ones: This playful bedroom suite is perfect for children staying at the sprawling mansion

Room for visitors! This bedroom suite has a cosy, tucked away feel and comes complete with an en-suite bathroom 

Treat them like a king or queen! Even the most discerning visitor would be blown away by this guest bedroom suite

Making an entrance: The impressive hall that greets visitors on entry to the property, leading to the grand central staircase 

There is a guest bedroom suite, with a walk-in dressing room and marble bathroom, and then two further bedroom suites, each with ensuite bathrooms. 

On the top floor there are three bedroom suites, each with ensuite facilities, and a club room with kitchen/drinks servery.

One side wing of the house provides the garaging, and above this there is an annex which provides two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a living room with open plan kitchen. The annex could provide a separate wing for staff or for family and guests. 

The leisure and entertaining facilities for the mansion are on the lower ground floor and include a ballroom/entertainment suite, private cinema, wine room, bowling alley and leisure complex with gymnasium, sauna, steam room and changing facilities. 

Flooded with light: The formal reception room, pictured, has a seating area and a fireplace for a touch of warmth

Fit for a feast! The dining room is set up with an impressive 16-seat dining table, with room to have even more

Working from home: The study, pictured, is ideally set up for a high-flyer who needs a space to continue business at home

Having a ball! The large lower ground floor reception room is big enough for a gala dinner or formal reception

Keeping fit: Also on the lower ground floor is a gym with mirror-lined walls that are ideal for a variety of exercises

Gary Hersham, Founding Director of Beauchamp Estates said: ‘Beauchamp Estates is delighted with the record sale at Windsor Park Hall which is a magnificent country mansion, located on the doorstep of Windsor Great Park. 

‘It is one of the finest mansions in the Home Counties and alongside spacious reception rooms and beautifully appointed bedroom suites it offers everything needed for luxurious living, with a swimming pool, leisure complex and even its own private helipad. 

‘In terms of architecture Windsor Park Hall is a neo-classical English mansion, in the style of Winfield House and Osterley Park House, and this was also what persuaded our client to purchase the property, they are buying into the finest British craftsmanship.’

Marcus O’ Brien, Head of Beauchamp Estates Private Office says: ‘Purchased for £21.5 million, Windsor Park Hall is one of the biggest residential property deals in Surrey in the last five years. 

‘This sale highlights a huge shift in sentiment for many of our clients, triggered by the pandemic, who are now seeking to buy super-prime homes/estates outside of Central London.’ 

Getting comfy: The family room, pictured, is one of several reception spaces available in the 29,000 sq ft property 

Casual dining: If the owner doesn’t want to eat in the formal dining room, there is also the option of this family kitchen

Billiards room: This cosy room is the perfect place to retire after a hearty meal in the dining room

Boots room: This well-organised space is the perfect place to store coats, boots and hats for outdoor pursuits

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