The Bucklebury Estate
he Bucklebury Estate is the oldest landed Estate in Berkshire and one of the oldest Estate’s in the country.
The Estate extends to approximately 1600 acres in the parish of Bucklebury and Stanford Dingley and comprises of farms, forestry, residential and commercial property.
The Estate is situated in central Berkshire in the heart of the Pang Valley. The River Pang flows through the Estate. The Estate also owns Bucklebury Common.
Bucklebury House is situated at the centre of the Estate and is surrounded by formal gardens and parkland.
Today The Bucklebury Estate is a working Estate and includes an in-hand farm, let farms, forestry operations and grazing rights.
The Estate has a long tradition of woodland management. In addition, the Estate promotes conservation work notably on Bucklebury Common where large areas of heathland have been restored.
Two pheasant shoots and one clay pigeon shoot operates on the Estate.
The Estate has extensive Estate records and archives going back to when the family purchased the Estate in 1540.
The Family has an embryonic herd of Dexters.