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By Stephanie Pfeffer
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Luxury Portfolio International is proud to present this country home in London, United Kingdom. Percy Lodge was built in the 1740s as a hunting lodge for Hugh Percy, Duke of Northumberland. The house is believed to be the only 18th century house that survives in the area. Previous owners include the architect Robert Atkinson who saved it from demolition, the pioneering photographer Margaret Cameron (great aunt to Virginia Woolf) and in more recent years, David Jacobs and Free drummer Simon Kirke You'll have a Master bedroom with a dressing room and ensuite bathroom. Plus six further bedrooms and three further bathrooms (2 ensuite). In addition there is a coach house with four loose boxes, pony stall, tack room and garage. This property is listed by Strutt & Parker, a member of Luxury Portfolio International.