Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla’s “love shack” on the market for $4.75 million
The English country manor which Prince Charlie used to court Princess Diana, and later had an affair with the Duchess of Cornwall, is being sold for an asking price of $4.75 million.
The vast Bolehyde Manor in Allington, Wiltshire has a grand eight bedrooms, a swimming pool, tennis court, three cottages, stables, and can also boast a "tree house complex,” expansive gardens and more on 80 acres of expansive farmland.
The site has been dubbed the “love shack” for Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, and dates back to around 700 years.
According to the outlet, the Prince of Wales wooed his first wife Diana at Bolehyde Manor in the early days of their courtship and later had an affair with Camilla at the home.
She lived there during her marriage to ex-husband Andrew Parker Bowles.
Camilla’s ex sold the manor home to the Earl and Countess of Cairns in 1986 for about $761,000, the Daily Mail has reported.
Now the residence, which holds a scandalous history can be anyone’s for $4.75 million.
This article originally appeared on Over60.