Historic houses, castles and gardens

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21 Yateley Road


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.

25 Kensington Gore


This magnificent mansion stands adjacent to a small plaza dominated by a statue of Lord Napier astride his horse.

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).

37 Spital Square


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).

Abberley Hall


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.

Aldenham Park


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.