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Sir Roger Moore's Denham home goes on sale for £4.5 Million

19-Apr-2013 • Bond News

Sir Roger Moore's 1970s family home Sherwood House in the village of Denham has gone on sale for £4.5M. Moore lived in the house from 70-78 when he filmed his first three 007 adventures, Live and Let Die 1973, The Man with the Golden Gun 1974 and The Spy Who Loved Me 1977.

Savills are handling the sale and offer a full description of the 1920 Country House. Visit the website for photos and more details.

Sherwood House is a fantastic example of an English Country House.Constructed in 1920 of brick under a series of pitched roofs, finished with a distinctive red clay tile.The property offers extensive accommodation in the principal house as well as excellent ancillary accommodation. The main house currently operates as five bedrooms, with an additional 2 bedrooms in the Annexe, as well as a wonderful 2 bedroom cottage.

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