We all know the closer you get to central London the more expensive property becomes and this flat inside a historic manor house is no different, on the market for £3.5million. 

This three-bedroom flat, rightfully called "The  Windsor Apartment" is situated in Wall Hall Manor, a Grade II listed 18th century gothic-revival country house. 

The property is set within 55 acres of parkland on the Wall Hall Estate and was restored in 2009 by Octagon Homes.

Approached via a sweeping driveway that leads through the manicured lawns of the estate, your jaw would rightly drop as you reach the main property. 

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The apartment is made up of three-bedrooms, three reception rooms and three bathrooms as well as a private garden, roof terrace and ample underground parking. 

With such a remarkable price tag you can be sure to find some added extras including a resident's gym and a tennis court. 

Inside the property there is a spacious hall that leads to two bedrooms, one with an ensuite bathroom and the other with an ensuite shower room. 

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There is also a cloakroom and utility room just off the main reception hall.

A few steps down from the hall is the true heart of the home, a magnificent Baronial Hall within which the main reception rooms are contained.

Beneath an ornate Barrel Vaulted ceiling, there are two double height bay windows with original wooden shutters and stained glass panels. 

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At one end of the main Baronial Hall stairs lead to a substantial mezzanine level providing additional reception space.

There are bountiful features throughout this property that are sure to leave you speechless including a huge marble fireplace in the sitting room. 

Rather randomly, compared to the rest of the property's interior, the kitchen is contemporary and sleek with shiny light-reflecting cupboards and integrated appliances. 

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An elegant staircase leads from the main reception hall to the master bedroom suite which occupies the entire first floor.

The incredible suite has a huge dressing room, ideal for a bit of glitz and glam as well as a luxurious bathroom and private access to a grand roof terrace. 

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If you had a £3.5million budget, what sort of property would you buy? Let us know in the comments.

**This article has been amended after its original publication.**