The Farley Estate
The village of Farley Hill was once home to three country houses; Farley Court, Farley Castle and Farley Hall. Today, the latter, a Grade I Listed 18th Century property, is owned by the Viscount Bearsted and his family, whilst the other two are now residential developments.
The 1,750 Farley Estate is framed by the Blackwater, Loddon and Whitewater rivers, all tributaries of the River Thames. The Estate is home to a working farm, a livery, a commercial partridge, pheasant and mixed bird shoot and a portfolio of commercial and residential properties.
The Estate plays host to annual events including Sparks in the Park, the Swallowfield Show and the Farley Hall Horse Trials.
For further information, please visit the Farley Estate's website.