Houses in and around Shropshire & Staffordshire

Bursting with history and stories to tell, be inspired by our beautiful houses nearby...

Cows grazing in front of Attingham Park, Shropshire

Attingham Park

Built for the first Lord Berwick in 1785, Attingham Hall and its beautiful parkland were owned by one family for more than 160 years.

Delicate snake's head fritillaries bloom on the terraces beneath Powis Castle, NAtional Trust, Wales

Powis Castle and Garden

With an amazing collection of paintings, sculpture, furniture and tapestries, you might be surprised at what you find at Powis. Every item has an intriguing story to tell.

Daffodils in front of Shugborough

Shugborough Estate

Rare survival of a complete estate, with all major buildings including mansion house, servants' quarters, historic farmyard and walled garden

The Great Parlour Wightwick Manor with an impressive interior

Wightwick Manor and Gardens

The legacy of a family's passion for Victorian art and design

Nanny’s Rock, a five-room cavern where wise woman orhealer ‘Meg O’ Foxholes’ once lived

Kinver Edge and the Rock Houses

High sandstone ridge and hill fort overlooking dramatic red sandstone rock houses

Magnolia at Dudmaston in Shropshire


Dudmaston is not your usual country house even though it looks like an ordinary red sandstone building, set in traditional parkland. Venture inside and experience the contrast of Modern Art in a country setting

Moseley in Spring

Moseley Old Hall

An atmospheric Elizabethan farmhouse that saved a King

Sunnycroft Halilday


A comfortable home telling the story of a brewer, a widow and three generations of the Lander family

The front of the house with blossom

Benthall Hall

A family home for 500 years

Morville Hall in early summer

Morville Hall

Stone-built house of Elizabethan origin