The plot up for sale (Picture: James Oliver)
A stunning country estate in Dorset, home to a luxury perfume brand, is up for sale for nearly £4million – and gives the one featured in Emily in Paris a run for its money.
On the market for £3.75million, the five-bedroom property has plenty to offer and is dripping in history.
Keyneston Mill is currently home to perfume maker Parterre Fragrances and the 46-acre plot boasts gardens packed with plants used to make scents.
The early 19th Century property, which used to be a former fruit farm, still has an orchard on the land – as well as a meadow and botanical gardens.
It comes with a five-bed home (Picture: James Oliver)
Packed with period features (Picture: James Oliver)
Gorgeous (Picture: James Oliver)
It has botonical gardens (Picture: James Oliver)
There’s even thought to be a mill on the site that’s been there since the 1110s.
Inside, the roomy two-bathroom property comes with a sitting room, an office, kitchen/breakfast room and bistro.
Period features can be found at every turn too, with flagstone flooring, exposed timbers, decorative fireplaces and more.
It’s a 46-acre plot (Picture: James Oliver)
Lovely (Picture: James Oliver)
It comes with its own orchard (Picture: James Oliver)
Estate agent Strutt & Parker, behind the sale, describes the downstairs of the property in the listing, saying: ‘With a stunning, red Aga stove at its heart, the kitchen is fitted with farmhouse-style, wood-fronted cabinetry and two Belfast sinks, with an adjacent utility room which incorporates a cloakroom.’
Feast on more snaps of the gorgeous property below…
It could be yours (Picture: James Oliver)
There’s thought to be a historic well on site (Picture: James Oliver)
Inside the home (Picture: James Oliver)
More of the grounds (Picture: James Oliver)
The 46-acre plot is dripping in history.