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Elizabeth Hurley Sells Her UK House And Farm

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Elizabeth Hurley, English actress and model, has decided to sell her UK mansion for a £3m profit.

The idylic country manor house has gone on the market for a whopping £6m. Famous faces Kate Moss and Prince Charles live near by, a fact that certainly doesn’t hurt the property value. The brunette beauty utilized her time there well by embracing organic farming on the grounds. Hurley’s organic farming even transformed the way her young son eats. She said, “I am very proud of my son…eats only organic meat and eggs from my farm.”

The home, named Ampney Knowle, is set on 450 acres of farmland and has six bedrooms, a guest annexe and two outbuildings. Hurley said about the mansion, “I first saw Ampney Knowle on the most perfect June day, a few months after I’d given birth to Damian. The moment I stepped over the threshold, I knew I wanted to live here, It had been owned by a lovely family for decades and it just felt like home.”

Anyone in the market for a new mansion?

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  • Rman11

    Not for a mansion that has “organic meat and eggs”. What does that even mean? Unnecessary death is unnecessary death, pesticides or not. I’d rather live in a cardboard box.

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