Inside the Lipton Iced Tea estate as it goes up for sale for a cool £1.8million
Mirror , 2019-04-25
In 1892, Sir Thomas Lipton acquired Osidge Mansion, a breathtakingly opulent, Grade II manor house located in leafy North London.
The sprawling mansion went on to become renowned for the extravagant parties that the founder of world-famous Lipton Tea would go on to throw there – and now, for the first time in history, you can live in a lavish, modern super-home in the famous grounds.
Osidge has been transformed into the Sir Thomas Lipton luxury residential development, with a collection of eleven beautiful new homes surrounding the Grade II listed manor house, and you can buy one - providing you have a spare £1.8million in the bank.
The homes, built by developers the Yogo Group, come with state-of-the-art technologies, including the Sonos multiroom sound system and Lutron mood lighting.
Plus, there are dedicated parking spaces per dwelling, visitor spaces and a 24-hour security guard located on site.
Just 20 minutes from Central London, the five acre picturesque historic grounds has been perfectly restored to its former glory with pockets of surprises; from the gazebo facing the Grade II listed building, children’s play area nestled within the woodlands and benches scattered across the grounds providing the perfect places to relax and unwind.
Other perks include walk-in wardrobes and generous sized en-suites which come equipped with a built-in TV over the bath as standard.
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