The famed English country house Turville Grange, which was formerly owned by Lee Radziwill, is up for sale for the first time since 1974 with an asking price of roughly $24.4 million (£18.75 million). Located in the Buckinghamshire county of South East England, the 18th century estate spans 49.39 acres and features numerous distinct structures across that land. Its celebrity lore is just as sprawling as the property itself—in addition to being owned by Jackie Kennedy’s sister, Henry Ford II also called this place home. It has played host to Princess Margaret, Sean Connery, Oleg Cassini, King Geroge V, and Liza Minelli, among a slew of other notable names.
The Queen Anne style main house is the largest of the property’s buildings at 7,998 square feet, with five bedrooms, five reception rooms, five staff bedrooms, and a guest wing that features a sitting room and two guest bedrooms.