Georgian house used in several TV series for sale for £3.95 million; it comes complete with a garden by a Chelsea Flower Show gold medal winner
The most popular TV drama series in the world, Midsomer Murders, was originally going to be called Missenden Murders in reference to one of its most regular filming locations, Little Missenden in Buckinghamshire. Shown in 200 territories around the world and watched by fans said to include David Cameron, Johnny Depp and Sharon Stone, a house that was used in both that programme and The Vicar of Dibley is for sale for £3.95 million ($4.86 million, €4.62 million or درهم17.85 million).
The home of a wealthy councillor named David Horton – played by Gary Waldhorn – in the BBC religious sitcom, 9,145 square foot Missenden House dates to 1729 and was built as a “classic ‘Georgian box’ for Jonas Deacon, a prosperous East India merchant” according to selling agents Savills.
Remodelled by the present owners and featuring 3 reception rooms, 8 bedrooms and 2 annexes, the Grade II listed “landmark property” stands in gardens designed by Chelsea Flower Show gold medal winner Christopher Bradley-Hole and backs on to the River Misbourne. For car lovers, this could be the perfect pad: There is garaging for six cars within the grounds.