Holywell House

Holywell House dates back to the 1700s when it was built using the mellow red brick of the demolished Soberton Manor. A handsome grade II listed country house, Holywell has been sympathetically extended over the generations.

It is one of the few houses in England with a facade consisting of two double height bows flanking the main entrance, this is believed to be due to the French architectural influence at that time. Situated at the heart of the estate, it has commanding views over its parkland and down the vista surrounded by historical woodland.