Mary Berry’s £2.6 million Henley residence.


Mary Berry’s £2.6 million Henley residence.

MARY BERRY returned to our screens tonight for the premiere of her new show, Love to Cook, which was shot in her own house. The following is everything we know about the residence of the former Bake Off judge.

On her BBC Two broadcast tonight, culinary expert Mary Berry presented four more dishes. She made a Nordic seeded bread, tried a new take on an old favorite, and made white miso paste this week. The 86-year-old served as a judge on The Great British Bake Off from its inception in 2010 until its relocation to Channel 4 in 2016.

The TV personality may be found chilling at home when she’s not cooking up a storm in the kitchen.

But how does the chef’s house look on the inside? This website investigates.

Mary’s Henley property is said to have four bedrooms, a pool room, a gym, and a state-of-the-art kitchen.

A separate cottage, a tennis court, an indoor pool, a double garage, and a dressing room and ensuite are all included in the property.

According to reports, Mary and her husband paid £2.6 million for the house.

In her new show, Mary may be seen in her own kitchen, sharing her recipes with viewers.

With both modern and classic accents, the kitchen looks like a display home.

The shaker-style kitchen cabinets and doors are painted in “greige,” an on-trend color that has been seen in homes around the country.

Behind the sink, she appears to have white marble worktops and dark blue herringbone tiles on the walls.

The fashionable tiles appear to be two-toned, shifting color slightly as the light changes.

Browngold grout was used to grout the tiles, giving the kitchen an upscale appearance.

Mary matched the tiling with blue splashes in her open-shelf cabinets.

Stainless steel taps, a stainless steel sink, and stainless steel pots, pans, and utensils are also notable features.

She also appears to keep her dry ingredients in an open-shelved pantry cupboard.

On the shelves are a pink bowl of lemons, several little vases of flowers, flours, nuts, and sugars.

She also stores her cutlery in this cabinet.

Mary’s culinary utensils, unlike those of other chefs, look to be practical and functional.

She cuts up her veggies and fruit with a dark wood butcher’s block and cooks using wooden spoons and plastic spatulas.

White worktops can also be found on the kitchen island in the center. “Brinkwire News Summary.”


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