Justice Farmhouse in England Sold for Philanthropic Work in Uganda

When people have an overdose of wealth, it is bizarre but not uncommon to see them give all or at least most of it and pursue either a simple life or put it for philanthropic work. Jon Pedley, a Telecom mogul from England has too become a part of that league. He is selling off Justice Farmhouse, a 16th century vintage property which has been constructed out of oak wood and limestone flooring. Pedley will use the proceeds to relocate to Uganda and get involved in his Children Charity Program better known as Uganda Vision.

Located at a distance of one mile from the village of Finchingfield, one of the most attractive country sides in North West Essex, the house spells vibrancy with respect to its retro style architecture and interiors. It is spread over an area of 1.1 acres covering a well established garden with a terrace, lawns and shrubs and a large pond.

The vintage English beauty can be bought for as much as £999,950. For those who have the prowess of money and looking out for a perfect way to spend one’s old age.

Via MayFair

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