House & Gardens

At the centre of the estate stands Bromesberrow Place built in 1768.

This Regency Greek Revival (Grade II*) house has an interesting social history as it was owned by David Ricardo, the celebrated economist. He had the house remodelled in 1820 for his son Osman by the architect, George Basevi, who was Benjamin Disraeli’s first cousin and architect of the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge, Belgrade Square and Pelham Crescent in London.

The original park was designed under the influence of Capability Brown at Croome Court in the 18th century and expanded in 1992 under the designs of Hal Moggridge. The 18th century walled garden is contemporary with the house and the gardens were laid out principally in the 19th century. The parterre on the west elevation was designed by Arne Maynard.

Bromesberrow Place

The house and gardens are open on certain days of the year, by appointment, and we welcome group visits.

For your invitation to go behind closed doors at Bromesberrow Place, please contact the Estate Office for availability and options.