Houses and buildings in Warwickshire
From secluded forest houses to grand rural retreats including picturesque buildings from the Tudor and Victorian eras, Warwickshire is home to some impressive properties and stories.
Immerse yourself in one of the finest art collections in 20th-century England, which was the country house and weekend retreat of 2nd Viscount Bearsted, Walter Samuel.
Discover a fine example of a Victorian home at Charlecote Park, with its vast collection of treasures and immaculately preserved Victorian kitchen and outbuildings.
From priest holes to the Great Hall, intimate family chapel to blood stains in the library, step inside the house to uncover 500 years of history.
Packwood House is the culmination of a single man's vision of Old English country hospitality. Step inside and discover a cow barn transformed into a Great Hall, a 1930s Long Gallery filled with 16th-century tapestries, and much more.
Explore the house and collections at Coughton Court, which has been home to the Throckmorton family for over six centuries and continues to be their home today.
Explore Farnborough Hall’s grand staircase and ornamental plasterwork, before discovering the grand landscape vision of William Holbech II.
Circular 14th-century dovecote