Foxlea Manor

Location - Private Home - House - UNITED KINGDOM

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  • The manor was once owned by the Bishop of London and has floor to ceiling gothic windows as well as original gothic arches in the grounds. In the 1960’s it was used as a filming location for Gerry Andersons’ science fiction series, ‘the secret service’, the exterior used as Father Stanley unwin’s vicarage in several episodes. In the 1970s the house was called Fox Den, probably due to the numerous foxes in the grounds and the manor house still retains many fox memorabilia namely a fox weathervane, fox motifs in some of the stained-glass windows and numerous fox ornaments left by previous owners.


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  • Lights
  • Parking
  • Terrace
  • Indoor area
  • Outdoor area
  • Pool

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