21 Yateley Road was designed and built by the young Architect H.T. Buckland and he lived here until his death in the 1950's.
This magnificent mansion stands adjacent to a small plaza dominated by a statue of Lord Napier astride his horse.
Historic, Grade I-listed town centre property once part of the famous Sun Inn and renowned for its 17th-century ‘pargeting’ (decorative external plasterwork).
A Georgian silk merchant’s house located in Spitalfields and sensitively converted for use as the head office of the charity the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings (SPAB).
Grade II* Abberley Hall has been described by English Heritage as one of the finest remaining examples of a Victorian country house. Its history can be traced back to the medieval period but the current house was built by Samuel Daukes in 1845.
Aldernham Park is a Grade II*-listed Palladian house. The house has strong links to Charles I who took refuge here in a priest hole from Oliver Cromwell (leaving his coat behind). Later, Charles II presented the Acton family with a fine portrait of Charles I, which still hangs in the Saloon to this day.