A home which will have impressed the early James Bond tales has hit the market in England — although consumers will probably should inventory the liquor cupboard with gin, vodka and Bond’s numerous different vices themselves.
The house, positioned in Nuffield, close to Henley-on-Thames, in England, sits on a plot of land that was as soon as the location of the Huntercombe Golf Membership, the place James Bond creator, Ian Fleming, was reportedly a member for 32 years, in response to The Oxford Instances.
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In response to the outlet, Fleming would sit within the membership’s library to write down, and he even talked about the membership in 1959’s “Goldfinger,” whereby Bond tells Auric Goldfinger that he as soon as “performed off 9 at Huntercombe.”
The golf membership was later transformed into six luxurious properties in 1967, one in all which is now in the marketplace for 900,000 kilos, or $1.17 million, SWNS studies.
“It’s a good looking spacious residence with actual magnificence and character,” say homeowners John and Debbie Hilliar, who initially rented the house earlier than buying it from their landlord 4 years in the past.
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Along with its 4 double-bedrooms, three baths and a double storage, the three-floor residence additionally options two sitting rooms — one in all which reportedly was the library the place Fleming did a few of his writing.
The home, at present listed with Stowhill Estates, additionally sits between a golf course and park space, in response to the itemizing.
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The Hilliars defined they’re promoting the house to be able to buy an inn.