Bagley Hall is an imposing family residence named after the famous novelist and British journalist Desmond Bagley and his wife Joan who resided at this beautiful home and is one of only a few properties on the Island to have received a Blue Plaque. It also appears in a new book "Mansion, Manor and Merchant Houses" which features properties of notable historic interest on the Island. The 9,324 sqft accommodation is spaciously laid out over four floors. This decadent property has been configured to offer every conceivable luxury with stunning indoor swimming pool, snooker room/bar, gym, sauna, steam room and tennis court. The accommodation has recently been extended to include a double garage, fabulous office, media room leading to a glass balcony with views over the garden. There are many special touches in this property from the secret door in the office that takes you to the first floor accommodation to the delightful handmade Mark Wilkinson furniture and extensive use of marble. The property sits within 1.3 acres of Italianate inspired grounds designed to encapsulate the far reaching views and South West-facing aspect.