Arbury Hall and Estate
Arbury Hall, originally built on the ruins of a 12th century Augustinian Priory, now stands in the midst of beautiful 18th century landscaped gardens and surrounded by over 100 acres of lakes and parkland, and has been the home of the Newdegate family for over 400 years.
This beautiful Elizabethan mansion house was transformed into the Gothic style by Sir Roger Newdigate during the second half of the 18th century. The exterior is entirely encased with stone and each aspect of the building presents a separate design of stunning architecture.
The elegant interior rooms feature spectacular displays of soaring fan vaulted ceilings with plunging pendants and filigree tracery, a breathtaking and complete example of early Gothic Revival architecture.
The Estate comprises not only the Hall, park and immediate surrounding farms, but includes a mixed portfolio of let residential properties including the majority of Astley village, and a commercial estate. The Estate also includes Astley Castle and Manor which adjoined the original Arbury Estate.
Recent article from Birmingham Post and Mail: