Surrey home where Four Weddings and a Funeral was filmed hits market

Room with a HUGH! Surrey stately home where Four Weddings and a Funeral was filmed hits market for £1.65m

  • A flat in the Surrey mansion where Four Weddings and a Funeral was filmed is on the market for £1.65million 
  • Andie McDowell marrying Corin Redgrave in the film happened in St Peter and St Paul’s church on the estate 
  • Albury Park Mansion, in Guildford, Surrey, was also used to film the television series Midsomer Murders
  • The Grade II-listed property on the River Tillingbourne was remodelled into 12 luxurious apartments in 2011

A stately flat in a Surrey country mansion where Four Weddings and a Funeral was filmed has gone on the market for £1.65 million.

Albury Park Mansion was used as a filming location for the 1994 British romantic comedy, starring Hugh Grant and Andie MacDowell.

The wedding scene between Carrie, played by MacDowell, and Hamish, played by Corin Redgrave, was shot on the grounds of Albury Park Mansions in St Paul’s Church.

Episodes of the television series Midsomer Murders have also been filmed in the estate and on the grounds.

The property underwent a complete transformation in 2011, which saw the Grade II-listed building beautifully remodelled into 12 unique and luxurious flats.

Apartment Nine is a three-bed home, located on the first floor, that measures 3,003 square foot and comes with its very own roof terrace. 

A stately flat in a Surrey country mansion where Four Weddings and a Funeral was filmed has gone on the market for £1.65 million

Apartment Nine is a three-bed home, located on the first floor, that measures 3,003 square foot and comes with its very own roof terrace. It has gone on the market for £1.65million

It is one of 12 unique and luxurious flats in the building created when the property underwent a complete transformation in 2011

Inside, you’ll find a large drawing room, contemporary kitchen with adjoining dining room, a utility room, cloakroom and a study

The luxurious main bedroom suite has its own dressing area and a generously-sized en suite with a steam shower. There are also two additional bedrooms, one of which comes complete with a jacuzzi bath, and a further guest bathroom

The scene from Four Wedding and a Funeral when Carrie (Andie MacDowell) marries Hamish (Corin Redgrave) was filmed in St Paul’s Church on the grounds of the estate

Albury Park Mansion was used as a filming location for the 1994 British romantic comedy, starring Hugh Grant and Andie MacDowell

Sitting by the banks of the River Tillingbourne, the property is surrounded by five acres of communal gardens and is the perfect spot to observe the natural beauty of the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. 

Inside, you’ll find a large drawing room, contemporary kitchen with adjoining dining room, a utility room, cloakroom and a study.

The luxurious main bedroom suite has its own dressing area and a generously-sized en suite with a steam shower.

There are also two additional bedrooms, one of which comes complete with a jacuzzi bath, and a further guest bathroom.

While the exterior boasts traditional red brick, the interior has been decked out in an elegant and classic contemporary style.

‘Apartment 9 is an exceptional first floor apartment within the magnificent and highly regarded Albury Park Mansion. 

‘The property enjoys a fabulous parkland setting in the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, yet occupying a convenient location with its excellent commuter links and proximity to Guildford’, the listing states. 

Apartment Nine in Albury Park Mansions is on the market with Knight Frank for £1,650,000. For more information on the listing, click here.   

 As if that wasn’t enough, the flat has direct access to a private and secluded roof terrace with its own bar – perfect for entertaining friends on a long summer’s day

The apartment, which has 6,193 sq. ft of living space, is one of 14 luxury apartments inside the Grade II listed property

Sitting by the banks of the River Tillingbourne, the property is surrounded by five acres of communal gardens and is the perfect spot to observe the natural beauty of the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

Another apartment – Number Three – on the historic estate was put up for sale in April last year but had its price slashed by half a million pounds to £1.95million after failing to find a buyer during the pandemic.  

It consists of four bedrooms, three bathrooms, kitchen/dining room with mezzanine above, utility room, reception hall, and access to gym, spa, sauna and wine stores.

The luxury ground floor apartment also comes with a private garden, garages and allocated parking. 

It is the second apartment in the Albury Park Mansions to go on sale in the last 15 months. Apartment Three was put on the market in April 2020

There are also two additional bedrooms, one of which comes complete with a jacuzzi bath, and a further guest bathroom

While the exterior boasts traditional red brick, the interior has been decked out in an elegant and classic contemporary style

 Sitting by the banks of the River Tillingbourne, the property is surrounded by five acres of communal gardens and is the perfect spot to observe the natural beauty of the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

Albury Park also served as the location for the coronation banquet of King George III in 1761.

George III is the longest-reigning male monarch in British history and was often known as ‘Mad King George’ due to his mental illness.

The mansion has had several famous owners, including architect for the Bank of England, Sir John Soane and Augustus Pugin, who designed the Houses of Parliament.

Both architects made several improvements to the property including a cantilevered staircase and 63 individual candlestick chimneys.  

Albury Park also served as the location for the coronation banquet of King George III in 1761. At the time, the property was one large stately home, but it has now been remodelled in to 12 luxurious flats

The mansion has had several famous owners, including architect for the Bank of England, Sir John Soane and Augustus Pugin, who designed the Houses of Parliament

Apartment Nine in Albury Park Mansions is on the market with Knight Frank for £1,650,000

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