Hinwick House has been renovated and restored and is on the market for only the third time in 300 years. The estate consists of a Grade I Queen Anne house and Victorian wing set in 37 acres. There are outbuildings including garaging, stables/tack room, stores, an 18th century clock tower, dovecote and 3 estate cottages as well as further accommodation in the Victorian wing. There are formal gardens to include a Georgian walled garden, an orchard and paddock and grounds which consist of mature parkland, two lakes, woodland and a stream.
The History: A Manor House is believed to have stood on the grounds of Hinwick House since the 15th Century, the remains of such manifest themselves in the three Turret cottages. Originally a single dwelling, it was the Orlebar family home when they bought the estate from Sir Thomas Alston in 1653 for £355. Richard Orlebar began the building of the Queen Anne house in 1710 and completed in 1714.