This is the stunning £3m mansion Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall lived in before marrying Charles

It also has some other royal connections

The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall
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The Duchess of Cornwall now lives with Prince Charles in Clarence House, but Estate agents Savills have released pictures of her former £3m home.

• Camilla lived in Bolehyde Manor, in Wiltshire, for 13 years before she married Charles

• The duchess lived in the eight-bedroom house with her ex-husband Andrew Parker Bowles.

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The 70-acre mansion was home to Camilla for 13 years before she divorced her husband and started to date Prince Charles.

As well as lots of space the mansion, named Bolehyde Manor, also houses a swimming pool, eight bedrooms and tennis courts. While the land has barns and room for farming.

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It also has some other notable royal connections - with Carole and Micheal Middleton looking to buy it in 2011, whilst Prince Charles and Diana also reportedly spent time there.

The house, which was sold in December for £3.75million, was described by Estate agents Savills as, "steeped in character from the heavy oak front door to the mullion windows and time-smoothed flagstone floors in the principle reception rooms".

While the 700-year-old property, based in Wiltshire, also has amazing gardens, with the listing adding, "With immaculate topiary hedging and attractive stone walling defining individual pockets of character like rooms of varying moods. 

"It is a veritable succession of secret gardens connected by formal walks, accessed from the east through wrought iron gates and flanked by stone summerhouses which mark the original approach to the house." 

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