You Can Now Live On A Historic Country Estate For £800,000

By Martha Davies

5 months ago

This is the country home you’ve been waiting for

If your dream property is a grand country mansion with sprawling grounds, you’re in luck: this gorgeous home has just hit the market, and it’s situated within the Warwickshire estate of Compton Verney. Here’s everything you need to know.

This Is Your Chance To Live On The Compton Verney Estate In Warwickshire

Aerial view of Compton Verney estate, with grounds and a lake.

If Saltburn has you desperate to live in a rural English manor, here’s your chance: a property on the grounds of the 120-acre Compton Verney estate in Warwickshire is on the market at a guide price of £800,000.

1 The Coach House is formed from part of – you guessed it – the old coach house at Compton Verney. It’s a magnificent Grade II listed building with high ceilings, huge rooms, and far-reaching countryside views. The standout feature, however, is a clock tower (complete with a working bell) which you can access from the library at the top of the house. 

Aerial view of 1 The Coach House at Compton Verney: a square building with a central courtyard.

On the ground floor, meanwhile, you’ll find a dual aspect drawing room complete with a log burner and patio doors opening out onto the garden, which offers wonderful views across the estate. The kitchen looks out onto the Compton Verney mansion itself, and there’s a separate dining room, too – perfect for entertaining.

Upstairs, there are five bedrooms and three bathrooms, including a huge master bedroom providing more incredible views across Compton Verney’s grounds. You’ll also spot a utility room and the all-important library/snug, which leads to the clock tower.

Hallway with dusty pink walls and white cornicing

The Coach House has a private front garden within the estate, as well as a garage, two parking spaces, and additional guest parking. The real highlight, of course, is that residents can enjoy access to the entire Compton Verney estate – and its spectacular grounds, which were designed by renowned architect Capability Brown.

Compton Verney was once the ancestral home of the Willoughby de Broke family, and the Grade I listed mansion is now used as an art gallery, museum and events space. What could be better than living on such a historic estate? 

Living room with cream walls and brown leather sofas.

1 The Coach House is on the market with Fisher German. For more information, visit