A Virtual Tour Of Stoke Park- The 300 Acre Property Mukesh Ambani Bought For Rs 592 Cr

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The historic British heritage property Stoke Park serves as a vivid reminder of the visual background location for James Bond’s Goldfinger for James Bond aficionados.

This huge 300-acre home in Buckinghamshire County of London is a mark of British wealth for history buffs and travellers indulging in the odd follies.

Before being converted into a hotel featuring a 27-hole golf course, 13 tennis courts, and a restaurant, it was utilised as a country club.

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Mukesh Ambani, the Indian business billionaire, purchased this heritage home earlier this year for a whopping Rs 592 crores.

The family was rumoured to be considering relocating to London, but this was rejected earlier this week.

So, here’s a peek at the enormous property:

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According to sources, the Reliance company plans to turn it into a major sporting and golfing destination in the future.

Given that great sight, the hotel’s interiors are outrageously stunning, and it appears that the gyms here will surely make you burn more calories than normal!

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In fact, the famous’mini break’ and rowing scenes from Bridget Jones’s Diary were also filmed in the estate’s Great Hall, Lakes, and Pennsylvania Suite, in addition to two Bond films.

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“At the same time, it will increase the footprint of India’s renowned hospitality business abroad,” RIL said in a statement.

Luxury, after all, has no price, and with this stunning house having a makeover under the RIL banner, one can only imagine how exquisite it will be.