Tarrystone is an opulent upmarket Constantia estate which first belonged to Princess Diana’s brother Earl Spencer, and it’s now available to rent.
The late Princess Diana last visited the Constantia home in January 1997, months before her tragic passing. The property was sold by Diana’s brother in 2000, then relisted in the market in 2014 for 80 million, and is now up for rent for a whopping R290 000. Let’s take a closer look at the extravagant 10-bedroom home suited for royalty…
As seen on Dogon Group Properties, the Constantia home, surrounded by world-class vineyards and restaurants, offers 10 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, 15 parking spots, five guest cottages, two staff houses, and a double-storey home. The estate is situated on two acres of land, with gorgeous views overlooking False Bay.
The property boasts large open rooms, high ceilings, a tennis court, 10-seater cinema, a fully equipped gym, a koi pond, jacuzzi, swimming pools, state-of-the-art security with a guardhouse, a manager’s office and a guest house. The estate also has its own private vineyard currently producing around 300 bottles of private label Pinotage yearly. I’ll move in right away.
As beautiful as the home is, the property is commonly known for its connection to British royalty. According to an article written by Business Insider, Tarrystone was sold by Princess Diana’s brother back in 2000, and has been renovated since its era of royal occupation, but the suite in which Princess Diana visited in has been preserved just as it was.
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