Houses and unusual buildings in Thames and Chilterns

Fancy visiting the house of a Prime Minister in Buckinghamshire? Or a Renaissance-style château or an intimate family home in Berkshire? We look after a range of houses and unusual buildings in the Thames Valley

A view of The Vyne roof project

The Vyne

Learn more about The Vyne, which is surrounded by beauty and steeped in history.

The Library at Basildon Park

Basildon Park, Berkshire

A Palladian villa built by John Carr of York, Basildon’s Neo-classical interiors are in the fashionable Adam style. The rooms include spectacular plasterwork ceilings and classically-inspired furnishings such as pier-glasses, candle-stands and tables.

Disraeli memorabilia including medals at Hughenden Manor, Buckinghamshire

Hughenden, Buckinghamshire

Benjamin Disraeli, Queen Victoria’s favourite Prime Minister, lived at Hughenden from 1848 to 1881. His political career is evident in his study, which features a red dispatch box, and his writing life in the extensive library. Disraeli also loved the outdoors and tripled the size of the parkland on the estate during his time at Hughenden.

The North Front of Waddesdon Manor in the winter sunlight

Waddesdon Manor

Magnificent house and grounds in the style of a 16th-century French château.

The Great Tower at Greys Court

Greys Court

A family home, delightful gardens and an idyllic setting

The west front of the house

Claydon

Splendid eighteenth-century English interiors in an idyllic country setting

The Temple of Music at West Wycombe Park, Buckinghamshire

West Wycombe Park, Village and Hill

The elegant Palladian home of the Dashwood family, historic village and countryside.

A view of Buscot Park, Oxfordshire

Buscot Park

Late 18th-century house, set in enchanting landscaped grounds

Topiary at Chastleton House, Oxfordshire

Chastleton House, Oxfordshire

Time has gently worn away at the edges of Chastleton's Topiary Garden, leaving softened outlines and curving shapes. The ring of yew once held a menagerie of elaborately cut topiary animals, a ship in full sail and a teapot. The topiary at Chastleton now blends beautifully into the informal garden.

Winter frost covers the garden and house at Nuffield Place.

Nuffield Place

The home of one of the most remarkable men of the 20th century

A sundial of box hedge topiary in the gardens at Ascott

Ascott

Half-timbered house originating from 1606, transformed by the Rothschilds in the late 19th century, containing superb collections.