Inside the £3.25m country mansion of Dragons' Den tycoon

Inside the £3.25m country mansion of Dragons' Den tycoon


One of the fearsome Dragons of the hit television show, Dragons’ Den, has taken another executive decision and decided to sell his six-bedroom mansion.

The property, in Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, is on the market for a cool £3.25 million.
Peter Jones, the 44 year-old telecoms entrepreneur and owner of Phones International, has not said why he’s moving out of Mountbatten House, but it is thought he wants to shorten his commute and see more of his three young children.
The property has three floors, a triple garage and half an acre of land behind high-security electronic gates, and is described as ‘luxurious and magnificent’ by Ashington Estate Agents.

The designer kitchen of Mountbatten House

Located in the ‘Golden Triangle’ of Beaconsfield’s most sought-after roads, the property also features under floor heating, mood lighting and even a sizeable ‘bathing chamber’ in the master bedroom.

The all-important games room

Peter Jones’ entrepreneurial career started at an early age, with him founding a tennis academy at the age of 16, before working his way up to starting a computer business and computer support firm. 
The tycoon is also the proud owner of a £10 million property portfolio, which includes several homes in Spain and Portugal.

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