Inside Mary Berry’s slice of paradise: The Bake Off star's show-stopping former home featuring a 28-FOOT kitchen goes on sale for £3million

  •  Mary Berry's former home, a palatial six-bedroom mansion in Penn, Buckinghamshire, is on sale
  •  The show-stopper property, known as the Red House, was home to Mary for nearly twenty years
  • The Bake Off star is believed to have filmed much of her early TV work in the property's spacious kitchen 

Mary Berry's former home, a palatial six-bedroom mansion in Buckinghamshire, has come on the market for a cool £3million - and as you'd expect it comes with a beautiful large kitchen.

The showstopper property, known as the Red House, which is located in Penn, was home to Mary and her family for nearly 20 years until the late Eighties and is now on sale with Savills.

The Bake Off star is believed to have filmed much of her early TV work in the property's spacious 28ft kitchen, which features an electric Aga and country-style white wooden furniture.

Mary Berry's former home, a palatial six-bedroom mansion in Buckinghamshire, has come on the market for a cool £3million

Mary Berry's former home, a palatial six-bedroom mansion in Buckinghamshire, has come on the market for a cool £3million

The Bake Off star is believed to have filmed much of her early TV work in the property's spacious kitchen, which features an electric Aga and country style white wooden furniture

The Bake Off star is believed to have filmed much of her early TV work in the property's spacious kitchen, which features an electric Aga and country style white wooden furniture

The show-stopper property, known as the Red House, which is located in Penn, was home to Mary and her family for nearly twenty years until the late eighties. Pictured, the double aspect drawing room

The show-stopper property, known as the Red House, which is located in Penn, was home to Mary and her family for nearly twenty years until the late eighties. Pictured, the double aspect drawing room

At the end of the 28ft long kitchen is a sunny breakfast room with French doors onto the beautifully manicure garden.

Hidden at the far end of the breakfast room is a hidden door to the walk-in pantry, the perfect place to stock up on baking ingredients.

The sprawling 3,455 sqft home, which also recently appeared on BBC2's Mary Berry Story, also features a large reception hall, dining room, drawing room and snug, as well as a coach house in the grounds.

Showstopper: Mary and her husband Paul bought the property in 1970 and are believed to have sold it in 1988

Showstopper: Mary and her husband Paul bought the property in 1970 and are believed to have sold it in 1988

Throughout the property, high ceilings and large windows create a bright and spacious feel in the and original features including fire places and ornate cornicing add plenty of character. Pictured, the snug

Throughout the property, high ceilings and large windows create a bright and spacious feel in the and original features including fire places and ornate cornicing add plenty of character. Pictured, the snug

The beautifully manicured gardens, which can be seen from the huge windows scattered around the property

The beautifully manicured gardens, which can be seen from the huge windows scattered around the property

Throughout the property, high ceilings  and large windows create a bright and spacious feel in the and original features including fire places and ornate cornicing add plenty of character.

At 27ft long, the impressive formal dining room is perfect for family gatherings or large-scale entertaining, with a working fireplace, dual aspect outlook and attractive deep bay window.

Upstairs, the luxurious master bedroom has bay windows, a working fireplace and an en-suite dressing room.

Upstairs, the luxurious master bedroom has bay windows, a working fireplace and an en-suite dressing room

Upstairs, the luxurious master bedroom has bay windows, a working fireplace and an en-suite dressing room

The period-style en-suite bathroom features a freestanding roll-top bath, separate double-length rain shower, bespoke storage and dark plank flooring

The period-style en-suite bathroom features a freestanding roll-top bath, separate double-length rain shower, bespoke storage and dark plank flooring

The period-style en-suite bathroom features a free-standing roll-top bath, separate double-length rain shower, bespoke storage and dark plank flooring.

On the first floor there are a further three bedrooms, one with an en-suite, and up on the second floor a further two further bedrooms. 

Mary and her husband Paul bought the property in 1970 and are believed to have sold it in 1988.

At the end of the 28ft long kitchen is a sunny breakfast room with French doors onto the beautifully manicure garden

At the end of the 28ft long kitchen is a sunny breakfast room with French doors onto the beautifully manicure garden

The sprawling 3,455 sqft home, which also recently appeared on BBC2's Mary Berry Story on BBC2, also features a large reception hall, dining room, drawing room and snug, as well as a coach house in the grounds

The sprawling 3,455 sqft home, which also recently appeared on BBC2's Mary Berry Story on BBC2, also features a large reception hall, dining room, drawing room and snug, as well as a coach house in the grounds

The Red House is on sale with Savills, with a guide price of £3million. Savills.co.uk, 01494 731 950

 

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