Mike Tindall and Zara Phillips lived in Cheltenham in a £1.69million mansion before they moved to Princess Anne's Gatcombe Park estate in 2013. When the home went up for sale by its new owners (who bought the property from Mike and Zara for £1.2million in 2013) in 2017, the photos showed exactly what it looked like inside, and that included its gorgeous living room.
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Zara and Mike Tindall's former living room
It features a trio of floor-to-ceiling sash windows with white shutters, and is decorated with cream walls and wooden floors. The room has high ceilings and there are intricate mouldings running around the edges.
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Furniture in the space includes a large blue chesterfield sofa and a smaller cream style, while a cowhide rug sits in the middle beneath a unique coffee table made from pebbles and a glass top. There is also a large fireplace with a wooden frame and a black concrete base at one side of the room, with a flatscreen TV mounted on the wall above it. For lighting, there is a combination of cream lampshades hanging from the ceiling, cream mounted wall lights, a modern silver floor lamp and a glass desk lamp positioned on a silver coffee table at one side.
Zara and Mike Tindall announced their engagement at their former home
Mike and Zara Tindall announced their engagement on the grounds of the property, known as Hallery House, in December 2010, and were photographed there as they did so. Otherwise, the couple kept their home as private as possible until they moved out.
Nick Chivers of Knight Frank who listed the home when it last went on the market told the Daily Mail, "The Tindalls weren't here that long but they refurbished it to what it is now. The current owners bought it from them and have gone on to improve it further by building a double garage which completes the package. The house is detached, which is pretty rare for townhouses in Cheltenham, and there's lots of great amenities close by. The basement could be used as a separate self-contained apartment, so it's a massively flexible property." In total, the Grade II mansion is set over four floors with almost 5,000 square feet of space.
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