A conveniently positioned Estate in rolling countryside with an attractive and diverse income stream
The Bury Court Estate is situated on the border of the South Downs National Park, designated for the beauty and unspoiled character of its landscape.
The higher grounds of the Estate afford beautiful views across the River Wey Valley. Within the Estate itself, the house and associated outbuilding are situated on lower ground, enjoying a sense of seclusion.
The Estate borders on the village of Bentley. A small and popular Hampshire village, Bentley benefits from excellent transport links from the A31 north to the A3 and London and beyond.
Bentley has a train station, as does nearby Farnham with trains to London Waterloo taking just under an hour. To the northeast is the popular market town of Farnham which provides a wide range of shopping facilities, schools and recreational activities.
To the southwest of Bentley is the popular market town of Alresford and the Cathedral City of Winchester, providing a wider range of cultural highlights, leisure activities and schools.
Bury Court is a conveniently located Estate, situated in Hampshire, close to the Surrey border. The Estate occupies an unspoilt position nestled in rolling countryside whilst maintaining excellent communication links. At the heart of the Estate is an attractive principal house, with internationally renowned gardens, a beautiful listed barn which is operated as a successful events and wedding venue, and a further range of converted historic buildings. Two self-contained flats, six further houses and cottages and four offices providing further income. The Estate extends to 464 acres (187.9 hectares) of predominantly arable farmland interlocked with pasture and woodland, some of which is ancient. The topography lends itself to a family shoot and until recently one has been run in conjunction with neighbouring landowners.
The history of The Bury Court Estate spans many centuries, with records going back to at least the 1200’s. On 17th Century maps Bury Court is depicted as a place of importance when it was a demesne farm belonging to the Bishops of Winchester, from which time its landholdings remain largely unchanged. Until the 1980’s, Bury Court was a productive hop farm. The house is situated on the side of a dry river valley, through which a winterbourne rivulet, tributary of the river Wey, runs.
For more information including a brochure or to arrange a viewing, please contact Alex Lawson, Louise Harrison, Geoffrey Jones or George Syrett on 0207 016 3780.
Acreage: 464 Acres
Travelling south on the A31, take the junction signposted for Bentley and follow slip road to the junction. Turn right onto Station Road and go back over the A31. Continue straight over the crossroads onto Hole Lane. Continue along Hole Lane through the village and past Jenkyn Place, immediately past Jenkyn Place, turn right towards St Mary’s Church, just before the church is the private entrance to the Estate.