Historic houses, castles and gardens

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21 Yateley Road


The architect of 21 Yateley Road, H.T. Buckland, was born in Barmouth, Wales and educated at King Edward's School, Birmingham and the school of architecture at Birmingham School of Art.

25 Kensington Gore


The property was built by Sir Samuel of Samuel Montague Bank from 1873-75, and employed one of the most famous architects of the time, Samuel Whitfield Daukes.

25-27 Church Street


Historic, Grade I-listed town centre property once part of the famous Sun Inn and renowned for its 17th-century ‘pargeting’ (decorative external plasterwork). Timber-framed construction of medieval origins with overhanging or jettied upper floors at front.

37 Spital Square


Hear about the Society’s work and see inside this wonderfully atmospheric working building.

Abberley Hall


English Heritage calls this one of the finest examples of a Victorian country house. The Grade II* hall was built by Samuel Daukes in 1845. Forty years on, the interiors were refashioned and much remains today. A theatre has murals of Worcestershire life. Visitors can climb the landmark 1880s Clock Tower – seven counties can be seen  on a clear day.

Abbots Ripton Hall


An 18th/19th century country house, set in eight acres of garden, including a herbaceous borders, an old-fashioned rose circle, a Mediterranean grey border, rare trees, follies designed by Peter Foster, closemown lawns, a river and a five-acre lake.