Lutley Farmhouse, a Grade 11 listed building with an abundance of character. Comprises: Large Breakfast Kitchen Sitting room with log …
Forming part of the ancestral estates of the Earls of Stamford and Warrington, the Enville & Stalybridge Estates reflect a continuity gained from over 500 years of family ownership. Careful stewardship over the years has culminated in a richly preserved environment, with farming, managed woodland, country sports and rural village life each having imprinted unique characteristics upon the landscape.
Both estates manage a range of interests. They are deeply committed to traditional rural practices, whilst also investing in modern enterprise so as the areas may be safeguarded and enhanced for future generations.
Set in Staffordshire and Lancashire respectively, they offer contrasting, yet equally beautiful environments in which to live, or to simply partake in any number of these activities. Residential and commercial properties are available to rent, which benefit from their glorious setting, but so too, their proximity to nearby business and employment hubs.
Both estates are administered through the Enville Estate office. Please get in touch for details.
The Lady Dorothy Grey Foundation is a registered charity closely associated with …
The Estate’s Charitable Trust has recently made donations totalling £35,000 to some …
The Estate provides a naturally sporting landscape for quality driven pheasant and wild duck shoots.
The woodlands of Enville Estate extend to some 1,235 acres, with 865 acres dedicated to coniferous and 370 broadleaf.
The archival collection at Enville spans a period of over 800 years.
Enville & Stalybridge Estates
Estates Office , Enville, Stourbridge , West Midlands DY7 5HD
Tel 01384 872635 | Fax 01384 877748
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