A Grade I listed Queen Anne Manor House set in approximately 37 acres, to include historic parkland and lakes with additional Victorian wing and three cottages.
About this property
* Hinwick House has been renovated and restored and is on the market for only the third time in 300 years. The estate consists of a Grade I Queen Anne house and Victorian wing set in 37 acres. There are outbuildings including garaging, stables/tack room, stores, an 18th century clock tower, dovecote and 3 estate cottages as well as further accommodation in the Victorian wing. There are formal gardens to include a Georgian walled garden, an orchard and paddock and grounds which consist of mature parkland, two lakes, woodland and a stream.
* The History: A Manor House is believed to have stood on the grounds of Hinwick House since the 15th Century, the remains of such manifest themselves in the three Turret cottages. Originally a single dwelling, it was the Orlebar family home when they bought the estate from Sir Thomas Alston in 1653 for £355. Richard Orlebar began the building of the Queen Anne house in 1710 and completed in 1714.
The beautiful Hinwick House is a fine example of Queen Anne Architecture. Situated on the edge of the pretty village of Hinwick, the property has excellent transport links into London via road and rail.
Photos taken in 2014
Price Guide: £8.5 M/$10.8 M