Portnall is one of the finest newly constructed houses on Wentworth and offers spectacular proportions with immaculate handworked French limestone elevations. The workmanship and finish of the house is second to none and the layout and accommodation flows superbly throughout the whole property.

20,712 sq. ft.

3.25 acres

Garaging for 6 cars

The Wentworth Estate is a 1920s-founded estate of houses and woodland across 7 square kilometres (2.7 sq mi) around the home of the first Ryder Cup. It is in Virginia Water, Surrey, England and forms one of Europe’s premier residential areas on a gently undulating area of coniferous heath, a nationally rare soil type. Most of its invariably large plots have homes built from scratch or rebuilt after 1930 in a range of styles from the ornate multi-chimneyed Arts and Crafts movement of the earliest properties through Neo-Georgian and colonial revival to the postmodern simple style as in the recording studios at John Lennon’s Tittenhurst Park (1971) in the adjoining parish of Sunninghill and Ascot, the north of which, with parts of Windsor, Winkfield and Virginia Water is the main piece of Crown Estate in South-East England, Windsor Great Park.

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