House where an 18th century plot was hatched to kidnap the king is on the market for £4m.

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Pictured: A bathroom with twin wash basins and a walk-in shower.<br />
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A country house where an 18th century plot was hatched to kidnap the king and stage a coup is on the market for £4m.<br />
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Elibank House was built in 1705 by Alexander Murray, the 4th Lord Elibank, whose son, also called Alexander, was an ardent Jacobite and responsible for the Elibank Plot, a plan to kidnap King George II and other members of the royal family and send them to France.<br />
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The beautiful red-brick Queen Anne property in the village of Taplow, Bucks, is now on the market with The Country House Department.<br />
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The eight-bedroom house has a wealth of period features including ornate fireplaces, panelling, cornicing and original flooring, shutters and doors.