Enville – a working estate that is
still a family home

Timeless quality, maintaining the traditions of rural village life.

Enville Hall, the ancestral home of the Earls of Stamford and Warrington, lies at the heart the estate, which extends to some 6,500 acres of spectacular countryside surrounding the pretty village of Enville itself and close to the town of Stourbridge. To view our current Properties to Let in this area please click here.

Enville lies about 7 miles south east of Bridgnorth on the Staffordshire, Shropshire and Worcestershire borders. It is situated amongst the rolling hills and valleys which lie between the Rivers Severn and Stour, with the land rising to over 600 feet on top of the Sheep Walk. From here one can see the Black Mountains in Wales, The Wrekin, the Malvern Hills and many other ranges.

This is an agricultural area with a mix of arable and pastoral farming. Most villages in the area are small, but there are many 16th century timber framed farmhouses scattered over the area which are linked by small lanes sunk deep into the countryside. Enville maintains a timeless quality, sitting in some enviably beautiful countryside, still enjoying the many traditions of rural village life.

Enville is also ideally suited for game shooting and we are happy to organise Shooting Parties in season on request.

Both estates are administered through the Enville Estate office.
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~ Other Areas of Interest ~


We have a range of residential and commerical propertie. Please get in touch for full details or click below to see what is available now.

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The Village

Enville is a small village on the A458 road between Stourbridge and Bridgnorth. Enville is also the name of the parish in which it lies.

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The Estate provides a naturally sporting landscape for quality driven pheasant and wild duck shoots.

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Estate Archives

The archival collection at Enville spans a period of over 800 years.

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Rural bliss

Enville Estate

Coat of Arms

Stalybridge Estate

Wild Game