Berwick House Estate, SHROPSHIRE
Berwick House, a Grade II* listed Georgian-Victorian mansion from the 1800s, located in Shropshire UK. As a family home, Berwick has remained largely untouched since its construction with original stained glass, moulding, and intricate oak woodwork throughout its 40,000 square feet. Many centuries-old belongings of previous occupants and visitors are left behind in each of the 22 bedrooms, giving the house a unique atmosphere and the sense that you’ve stepped back in time. Berwick House stands alongside the River Severn in Shrewsbury, and is surrounded by 2,500 acres of rolling hills, woods, gardens, and agricultural land collectively known as Berwick Estate.
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