Take a tour of the impressive Chertsey estate previously owned by Phil Manzanera
The incredible former Grade II listed home of Roxy Music guitarist Phil Manzanera is on the market for £ 5.95million.
St Ann’s Court in Chertsey is made up of two very different buildings – the modernist Round House and the more traditional Coach House – and its origins date back to the 18th century.
The Round House, designed by famous architect Sir Raymond McGrath, is Grade II listed and considered a building of great national significance.
The Coach House contains a state-of-the-art recording studio, originally set up by Manzanera in the 1980s and the basis for many Roxy Music sessions, as well as used by other music stars.
Fans of David Suchet’s long-running Poirot series may recognize the property as it has been the backdrop for several episodes.
Its most recent owner was technology contractor Osman Kent, who undertook a total renovation of the site over a two-year period. Buildings now include 21st century comforts, such as structured gigabit cabling and advanced security systems.
The property is marketed by Savills. If you would like to arrange a viewing, call the agents on 01932 838004 or 0207 016 3780. See below for photos of the magnificent property, courtesy of Savills.
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