Houses and buildings in Shropshire and Staffordshire
From an Elizabethan farmhouse and timber-framed manor to sandstone cave dwellings and a house that saved a King, the properties in Shropshire and Staffordshire are filled with fascinating history to explore.
A much-loved home and country mansion where traditional rooms contrast with contemporary galleries displaying British Modern Art including works by Moore, Matisse and Hepworth.
Explore the impressive suburban villa at Sunnycroft, built by the middle class to emulate the country houses of the landed gentry.
Benthall may be small, but it’s packed full of things to do. Explore the house and then stroll around the gardens and stop off for a snack of tea and cake.
Explore the Georgian house at Shugborough, discover global treasures, life below stairs in the servants' quarters and the Apartments of Patrick Lichfield.
Explore a home full of Pre-Raphaelite art and William Morris interiors, lovingly collected by Sir Geoffrey and Rosalie, Lady Mander.
Visit Moseley Old Hall, the house that saved a King. Find out more about the story of its most famous visitor, King Charles II, and about life in 17th-century Staffordshire.
High sandstone ridge and hill fort overlooking dramatic red sandstone rock houses