Beechwood Lane is up for sale for 3.35million It has landscaped gardens, a wild garden, pasture and woodland. According to Savills it was designed by the architect James Lewis. The house was occupied at different times by such church luminaries as Samuel Wilberforce and Archbishop (later Cardinal) Henry Manning. In 1936, the property was inherited by Mrs Barbara Wallace, the daughter of Sir Edwin Lutyens. This is the first time the house has been for sale in around 37 years. The property has sizeable grounds. A romantic tree lined path. If it's not to your taste there's another eight to choose from The house has a reception hall, drawing room, dining room, library, sitting room and study The house has all the hallmarks of a classic Georgian property. The property also has a three bedroom coach house It comes with a workshop, further outbuildings and greenhouse. There is garaging for six cars at the house. Another of the opulent rooms in the property.