Swallowfield Park – Bucolic Refinement In Royal Berkshire admin
Four Centuries Of History
Swallowfield Park is a 17th Century, Grade II listed classical mansion offering ‘grand estate’ living in impressive style. Dating back to 1678, the house was designed by architect William Talman. A noted student of Sir Christopher Wren, he is better known for his English baroque design at Chatsworth House.
Situated within 25 acres of traditionally maintained parkland, which is available for our apartment owners to enjoy, Swallowfield Park offers desirable apartments and grand communal spaces within the both the mansion house and original adjoining stables
Swallowfield Park has now entered into a new era, refurbished into individual and elegant country apartments, each unique and of historic significance – offering exceptional comfort and character throughout.
A walk around the estate reveals its idyllic location on the junction of two rivers, the Blackwater and the Loddon. This pleasant and quintessentially English riverside environment brims with water meadows, lawns, pathways and ancient trees. From the village, a visitor crosses a five-arched bridge and continues down a long and majestic approach drive that culminates in the formal lawn and columned portico of the house’s main entrance – a spectacular setting on any day of the year.
The Local Area
The Local Area
I like the peace and tranquility. I love it when the mist is rising in the morning. It is absolutely beautiful.