Prince Charles is set to welcome new neighbors as the estate bordering his own is on sale for $10.2 million. Take a look inside.

Prince Charles is set to welcome new neighbors as the estate bordering his own is on sale for $10.2 million. Take a look inside.

For £7.5 million, or around $10.2 million, new owners could move into a very royal neighborhood two miles outside the market village of Tetbury, Gloucestershire.

A view of Elmestree Estate, surrounded by trees and woodland.

Elmestree is nestled within the picturesque English Cotswolds.

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Source: Strutt and Parker

Prince William and Prince Harry both grew up next to Elmestree and their late mother, Princess Diana, was reportedly seen going for jogs in the meadows close by.

Princess Diana, Prince Charles and their sons Prince William and Prince Harry pictured at Highgrove.

Princess Diana was spotted going for runs when she lived at Highgrove House with former husband Prince Charles.

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Source: Daily Mail

The main house, straddled by parkland and gardens, was built in 1844 and connects to a 17th-century former farmhouse now called Farm End.

The front door to Elmestree Estate House.

The front entrance to the main house is opened up by two imposing wooden doors.

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Source: Strutt and Parker

Views of the main house hallway showcase the features that make a traditional English manor house — a wooden grandfather clock, wrap-around staircases, and fireplaces.

A view of the cream painted hallway at Elmestree Estate House.

A grandfather clock stands in the hallway at Elmestree Estate house.

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There’s also plenty of space for guests as the main house comes with 11 bedrooms. The former farmhouse has four bedrooms and the detached lodge house comes with two bedrooms and its own private garden.

An overview of Elmestree Estate with arrows indicating the different buildings on the land.

Elmestree has a variety of buildings within the estate, including a former farm house called Farm End.

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Whether it remains a private home or not, there’s plenty of opportunity for someone new to enjoy the woodlands and flowers Prince Charles loves so much about the area.

A view of the woodlands at Elmestree Estate.

Elmestree Estate would be heaven for someone sharing Prince Charles’ love of gardening.

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Source: Strutt and Parker, Highgrove House

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