Old Jordans Super Estate, Buckinghamshire
While we have very little first-hand experience of it, having a plethora of footfall in you home can often leave a space feeling bare and lifeless. But one super estate in Buckingham has come up with an awesome way of using their floor space by filling it with vintage luxury cars throughout the home.
An amazing combination of new and old, Old Jordans is a genuine one-off. Incorporating beautiful 18th century period features, the main house on the estate still has a contemporary feel with open plan accommodation, ample guest accommodation overlooking Japanese inspired gardens, and excellent garaging to make this place a car collector’s dream.
The Grade II-listed Old Jordans property is not for the faint hearted and comes with just your 10 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms and 5-10 reception rooms, depending on how you want to use the abundance of space. We personally love what the current owner has done with the space and think having cars on show throughout the house is a genius idea.
Purchased by the current owner after 400 years of ownership by The Quaker Trust, Old Jordans holds a unique place in British history. Not only did it served as a hiding place for Quakers from Oliver Cromwell, the on-site barn was also built from the timbers of the famous Mayflower ship.
As well as the vast abodes, Old Jordans also comes with approximately 6 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds, surrounded by the rolling Buckinghamshire countryside. The estate comprises a cluster of carefully restored historical buildings contemporary additions, all approved by English Heritage.
Situated on the edge of the quaint and private Jordans village, half hour drive from London, the Old Jordan super estate is now up for sale over at the Knight Frank Website for £15 million as a guide price. If we all club together…