The Prince of Wales was the proud owner of this large country house until 1993. The estate of Brimpts Mead, England and the surrounding national park belong to the Duchy of Cornwall. According to the Knight Frank estate agent representative at Insider, the property is priced at £ 4.95million. It is a property set on over 3 hectares of land in Dartmoor National Park. According to its property list, this grand Edwardian house has six bedrooms, six bathrooms, and seven reception rooms. It also has a barn for the holidays.
The estate was built in 1906 and has been owned by the Duchy of Cornwall ever since. The area finances “the public, charitable and private activities of the Prince of Wales and his family”, takes up the columns of Insider. According to the ad, “the 9.22-acre estate includes two cottages, paddocks, woods, a bank of the Dart River with fishing rights and direct access to the moor.” According to Madame le Figaro, a British couple bought the property from Prince Charles 27 years ago. The Prince of Wales is therefore no longer the owner. This does not mean that a certain right is not retained.
Prince Charles retains the right to fish but never returned
After the sale of the property, Prince Charles was granted the right to continue fishing on the shore of the property. However, Prince Charles is not allowed to come unexpectedly. According to the contract, he must give notice 24 hours in advance, Knight Frank’s rep told Insider. Although His Royal Highness has the right to fish on the left bank of the property, he has never done so since the sale. “Queen Elizabeth’s eldest son has not returned to Brimpts Mead since his separation, but his visit is still possible,” said Madame le Figaro.
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