A historical country manor with royal links has gone up for sale for £4.95 million.

Fulmer Gardens House has gone up on the market, offering a rare chance to look inside the 13,105 sq.ft mansion, where Queen Victoria spend time on many occasions.

Located in Fulmer at the Buckinghamshire and Slough border, the manor boasts 14 bedrooms, eight bathrooms and an impressive ten living rooms.

There is also a self-contained two-bedroom cottage.

The grounds and gardens span an impressive 10.5 acres a short distance away from picturesque Fulmer village, Gerrards Cross and Burnham Beeches.

Why Queen Victoria stayed at the manor?


Colonel the Hon Sir Harry Legge made Fulmer Gardens House his home from 1883 until his death in 1928.

Sir Harry was extremely well-connected to the Royal Family as the Equerry to King Edward VII and as the husband of Queen Victoria’s maid of honour.

With easy access to Buckingham Palace, Her Majesty and her family visited the house for years.

The garden became an ideal setting for Sir Harry to pursue his love of trees and to start his tree collection with tree planting ceremonies.

Commemorative plaques remain dotted around the grounds honouring the royal visits.