Flat in home where Four Weddings And A Funeral was filmed on sale for £1.65m

Listen up, romcom fans.

If you happen to have a few million spare, this might be your perfect home.

Behold Albury Park Mansion, a stately home in the Surrey countryside that was used as a filming location for Four Weddings And A Funeral.

The wedding scene between Carrie and Hamish (which is supposed to take place in Scotland) was shot on the grounds of the mansion, in St Paul’s Church, and the property has also been host to filming of Midsomer Murders.

Now, a flat inside the manor is on the market, at the princely sum of £1.65million.

The entire property underwent a major renovation ten years ago, in which the Grade II-listed building was turned from one big house into 12 fancy apartments.

The flat now up for sale is Apartment Nine, a three-bed that sits on the first floor.

It’s as grand as you’d imagine, with 3,003 square foot of space and stunning views out over the banks of the River Tillingbourne.

Exciting features include a Jacuzzi bath, access to a roof terrace with its own bar, and a walk-in wardrobe in the main bedroom suite.

Inside the flat you’ll find a large living room, complete with a fireplace and a chandelier, a modern kitchen with an adjoining dining room, a utility room, a cloakroom, and a home office.

The principle bedroom suite has its own dressing room and en suite bathroom, but there are two other bedrooms you can choose from – one of which has a Jacuzzi bath.

Location-wise, the home is surrounded by five acres of communal gardens and offers views of the stunning Surrey Hills Area.

But it also has great transport links, in case you’re keen to commute.

‘Apartment 9 is an exceptional first floor apartment within the magnificent and highly regarded Albury Park Mansion,’ says the listing.

‘The property enjoys a fabulous parkland setting in the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, yet occupying a convenient location with its excellent commuter links and proximity to Guildford.’

It’s on the market for £1.65million, and if you do fancy making an offer, you can do so through Knight Frank.

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