Bolehyde Manor, a haunted piece of the royal history, is up for sale for $3.75 million. The house isn't only haunted but is a huge part of Diana, Charles, and Camilla's story, shared Page Six.
The 700-years-old estate was built during the reign of Edward I and was the home of Camilla and former husband Parker-Bowles. Andrew Parker-Bowels had bought this house for £600,000, and the former couple lived there for many years. Duchess of Cornwall lived there from 1973 to 1986. It's also the same house where Diana and Prince Charles got close before he asked her to marry him. This house later became a scene for Camila and Charles's extramarital affair.
The historical estate comes complete with eight bedrooms, a swimming pool, a tennis court, a treehouse, guest lodging, staff cottages, a stable and 80 acres of farmland, and is located in Allington, Wiltshire. According to the Savills listing, the house is "steeped in character from the heavy oak front door to the mullion windows and time-smoothed flagstone floors in the principal reception rooms".
While $4 million seems like a very reasonable price for this manor, the house is allegedly haunted by a ghost. According to Penny Junor, Camilla's biographer, Camilla “would become aware of its presence when she was watching television and the ghost would sit beside her and change the channels. She never saw it, but she could feel it next to her and she would laugh about how she and the ghost always wanted to watch different programs.”