Homes with ‘Ace’ Tennis Courts

Wimbledon 2021 may be over, but we are still enjoying our tennis courts during this heat wave. Here are a selection of our homes ideal for practicing your serves.

Pipewell Hall, 9 Bedrooms, £3,500,000

Quite the history with this one, but we are here for the tennis, not the gossip! So we will leave you to read up on the Lloyd Banking family, sample some of Bad Boy Cider’s very best offers, and ponder the pages of many a wedding photographer whilst we boast about the tennis court… There’s even a summerhouse for pimms and strawberries afterwards, or perhaps you’d prefer a dip in the pool to cool down in? Read more

The Old Rectory, 7 bedrooms, £1,650,000

This classic yellow stone Grade II home has a former grass tennis court which can be brought back to life – rumour has it that grass courts are much tougher than the contemporary hard-surface! Come match day, serve tea in the beautiful Victorian conservatory-esque greenhouse, and let competitors cool off in the swimming pond afterwards. Provide post match fuel from your very own orchard or the extensive vegetable patch. Read more

Cranesgate House, 5 bedrooms, £650,000

Wrapped by open farmland, wile away lazy summer weekends on the courts at this beautiful three storey, late Georgian farmhouse. Unusually, this property is not listed, so any tennis fanatics could go wild while carrying out any refurbishment works or creating themed guest accommodation in the outbuilding (subject to any planning requirements, of course). Read more

Find Out More 

If you would like to practice your serve at any of these fabulous homes, then get in touch with Jan or Ildi on 01780 750 200 to arrange a viewing, video tour or to chat through your requirements.  Alternatively, visit our website for more homes, just like these!

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