This is what I found on PageSix.com:
The house where Prince Charles wooed a young Diana — and where he later had a tryst with Camilla — can be yours for just over $4 million.
Bolehyde Manor, the former home of Camilla, now Duchess of Cornwall and her ex-husband Andrew Parker-Bowles in Allington, Wiltshire, comes complete with eight bedrooms, a swimming pool, a tennis court, a treehouse, guest lodging, staff cottages, a stable and 80 acres of farmland.
The 700-year-old house, built during the reign of Edward I, is for sale via Savills London and is where Charles got to know Diana before asking her to marry him — under the eye of his former flame Camilla (by then married to Andrew). Later, it was the scene of Charles and Camilla’s extramarital affair.
Camilla’s biographer, Penny Junor, says the house is thought to be haunted by a ghost an with a sense of humor and a taste for t.v.
According to the Daily Mail, Camilla “would become aware of its presence when she was watching television and the ghost would sit beside her and change the channels. She never saw it, but she could feel it next to her and she would laugh about how she and the ghost always wanted to watch different programs.”
The mail also reports that the eight-bedroom house “comes with a swimming pool, tennis court, dovecote, treehouse, guest annexe and staff cottages, stables and 70 acres of organic farmland.”
See pictures of the manor HERE.
— Page Six (@PageSix) June 6, 2020
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