Stratfield Saye House

Stratfield Saye House is one of the most famous country houses because of its elegance and rich history. Since 1817, it has been the dwelling place of the Dukes of Wellington. Originally, the estate was not a single building, but it was a two-manor estate that eventually merged into one. During the 12th century, it was the Stoteville family who first owned the manor. However, in the 13th century, this was passed on to the Saye family because of marriage. Later on, the manor was also passed on to the Dabridgecourts, still because of marriage.
In the year 1969, the Dabridgecourts sold the place …

Breamore House

The magnificent Elizabethen Manor House overlooks the Avon Valley on the edge of the New Forest, just north of Fordingbridge.
The house was completed in 1583 and looks today much as it would have done to its’ original owners.
Visitors can enjoy seeing a wide variety of paintings as well as tapestries, porcelain, 17th-century needlework and a rare James I carpet. There are also fine examples of period furniture in the house.
Set in its own beautiful parkland amid surrounding farms and fields, the grandeur and magnificence of the house has changed little over the past 400 years…

Hill Place

Welcome to Hill Place, Swanmore, a Georgian country villa set within 20 acres of parkland. The ideal venue for your exclusive use, wedding, house party or event.
Captain Roger Martin bought the tithing of Hill in 1753 from the neighboring Midlington estate with the money he gained on capturing two Spanish galleons in 1741. On his death, the estate passed to his niece and then to her son, Richard Goodlad. It is thought that the house was built by him with money made while working for the East India Company.
Hill Place first appears on maps in 1791 with Richard Goodlad returning from …