17th Century Grandeur at Squerryes
Situated on the Kent and Surrey border, Squerryes is an historic estate. The original house was built over 800 years ago, although this was demolished and in 1681 the house we see today was built by the first Earl of Jersey. In 1731 John Warde purchased the estate and it has been in the Warde family ever since.
It is set in 2,500 acres of beautiful Kent countryside, stretching from the North Downs to the Kentish Hills.
The William and Mary house is steeped in history, filled with beautiful antiques and a wonderful collection of paintings, which includes originals by Stubbs and Wootton. It a real privilege to visit.
The 500 acre shooting grounds of Squerryes Park, which joins onto the land of Chartwell, former home to Sir Winston Churchill, present some of the most challenging simulated game shooting in the country.
When you are in it, Squerryes Park feels private and cut-off from the rest of the world, making it the perfect venue to escape and enjoy a great day of shooting and other exciting field sports.
Use of the house, Squerryes Court, is possible, but only with permission from the Warde family. Availability of Squerryes Court is limited so bookings must be made early for this rare chance to enjoy one of the country’s finest family homes.
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