Medieval Grade II Listed Manor House steeped in British history, Long Crendon Manor, is up for sale at £6,950,000.

Boasting 10 bedrooms, six bathrooms and sitting on a 39-acre estate, this impressive residence is situated on Frogmore Lane, Long Crendon, Buckinghamshire.

This historic house, with freehold tenure, has far-reaching vistas across the Chilterns.

It incorporates a working commercial arm, extensive secondary accommodation, traditional stone stables, equestrian facilities, and a swimming pool and tennis court, all enveloped in its sprawling grounds.

Long Crendon Manor has a rich tapestry of history traced back to Sir Walter Giffard, William the Conqueror's right-hand man.

After Giffard’s role in the Battle of Hastings' victory, he was generously awarded the estate.

It then passed onto William Marshal, known as "The Greatest Knight".

Marshal, at the time Lord of the Manor of Long Crendon, was one of the 25 barons that forced King John to seal the Magna Carta.

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Remnants of the manor's significant heritage are preserved throughout the property.

The Great Hall, originally a dwelling place for the abbots of Notley since 1187, still stands.

Around the 14th and 15th centuries, east and west wings were added to this magnificent structure. The 19th century saw ownership pass through three generations of the Dukes of Marlborough, most notably Lord Churchill.

During this historic period, the manor and surrounding farms made up most of the estate, inspiring the naming of a local pub, The Churchill Arms.

After World War II, Colonel Barry and his wife Laline, Lady De L’Ise of Dudley and Penshurst's daughter, took ownership.

The massive restoration of Long Crendon Manor was executed by architect, Philip Tilden. As Tilden's reputation grew, he would go on to restore Sir Winston Churchill's Chartwell House.

Today, Long Crendon Manor is a thriving working estate held in the same family for the past 45 years.

The splendid property boasts 13,510 square feet of accommodation.

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An expansive drawing room, heavily beamed ceilings, oak-panelled walls, a large stone fireplace, and a library embellished with linen press-panelling around its fireplace are part of its charm.

What draws the eye is the Great Hall with its three bays. Majestic oak trusses, a magnificent medieval fireplace, and a vaulted ceiling impress all who enter.

Not to be outdone, the manor's outdoors is just as gorgeous.

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A picturesque thatch summerhouse captures the view beyond, while a winter house, complete with fireplace, provides a cosy retreat.

A quaint maze, library walk, croquet lawn, an ancient mulberry tree, and a Virginia creeper-covered gazebo are all features that add to this property's enchantment.

A tennis court, pool, and land reaching 39 acres in total complete this extraordinary estate.

The property is available on Rightmove here