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The Prestwold Estate

The Prestwold Estate comprises 2,500 acres of farmland, parkland and immaculate gardens, nestled in the charming Leicestershire countryside.

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Prestwold Hall

Prestwold Hall has been the seat of the Packe family for almost 400 years.

Having been remodelled by architect William Burn between 1842 and 1844, this Grade I listed stately home is truly an impressive feat of architecture.

From the grand Entrance Hall with its painted ceiling inspired by Raphael’s Vatican grotesques to the collection of 18th-century furniture and 20th-century portraiture, there’s something remarkable to admire at every turn.

Prestwold hall manicured gardens and expansive parkland


St Andrew’s Church

The medieval parish Church of St Andrew has been part of the Prestwold Estate for centuries.

This 13th century church is Grade II listed, and some parts of the present building are over 600 years old. Despite the extensive work commissioned by George Hussey Packe, the tower and chancel have retained much of their original masonry.

St Andrew’s Church still serves the local villages, with regular services taking place, as well as weddings, baptisms and funerals.

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