The home that Roger Moore lived in whilst shooting multiple James Bond movies is now on the market for £5 million. Moore filmed Live and Let Die, The Man with the Golden Gun and The Spy Who Loved Me whilst living at Sherwood House during 1970-1978. He once described the property in his autobiography as ‘near London and perfect for a growing family’.
The five bedroom property is a delightful country home in Denham, Buckinghamshire, boasting a study, library, conservatory, games room, gym and wine cellar (wonder if he kept his martini down there too?). The 1920’s home also comes complete with a guest wing – would you expect anything less from the longest serving Bond? – offering flexible accommodation for guests and staff.
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