Preston mansion with Gatsby-style entrance hall, helipad, and indoor swimming pool for sale

Preston mansion with Gatsby-style entrance hall, helipad, and indoor swimming pool for sale

The seven-bed mansion at Woodplumpington, north of Preston. A seven-bed mansion with an indoor pool and four reception rooms is on the market.

Situated in the picturesque village of Woodplumpton, just five miles north of Preston city, this house is like something out of a fairy tale, featuring its own heli-pad which, according to estate agents, can be used “daily.”

With a sweeping marble entrance hall that boasts twin staircases, the mansion evokes scenes of the Scott Fitzgerald novel The Great Gatsby and its protagonists vast Long Island home.

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Along with the main house, you’ll also be the owner of two additional cottages plus an annexe flat over the garage, surrounded by more than three acres of land.

Currently marketed by, Garstang estate agents, Armitstead Barnett, this home is so prestigious that the price is only available on application (POA).

A spokesperson for Armitstead said: “Impressive from the outset, this splendid property offers a superb main residence which includes four generous reception rooms, a living kitchen and pool area, seven bedrooms, five ensuites and a family bathroom.

“The main house is complemented by two cottages and a flat over the garage forming annex type accommodation which can be used to suit the buyer, offering the ability to have multi-generational living within a private setting.

“All found in superb grounds which set the scene and the calibre of this phenomenal property.

“Said to be unrivalled locally, the property is found in an unassuming position at the end of Brierley Lane, where the approach to the main residence is magnificent.”

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