If you have a spare £4million to hand and fancy living on your own private island – you could snap up your very own slice of history in rural Berkshire!
Magna Carta Island has entered the market recently for just under £4million and with a hefty price tag is most definitely fit for a King.
The island which is accessed by a hump-backed bridge nestles on the banks of the Thames near Wraysbury and is thought to be the spot where King John signed the historic Magna Carta in 1215.
Famed throughout the world, the Magna Carta translates from Latin to Great Charter and is thought to have set the foundations of constitutional law in England and beyond.
The island comes complete with 3.72 acres of land, sitting on the gentle curve of the river, the current owners have put this stunning piece of history on the market for 3.95million.
Complete with a commemorative plaque dated 15th June, 1215, Magna Carta island boasts a seven bedroomed property with swimming pool and a two bedroomed cottage in its grounds.
For those drawn to the water, the 402 metres of water frontage is fully equipped with mooring for a large boat.
The island had a more recent Royal seal of approval in the 1970's when HM Queen Elizabeth II paid a visit as she stopped off from her river cruise to plant a tree in the historic grounds.
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