Set in 4,000 acres of beautiful Warwickshire countryside, mainly within the parish of Preston-on-Stour, Stratford-upon-Avon, Alscot a thriving country Estate has been in the West family for over two hundred years.
The Estate is headed by Emma Holman-West, she and her family take an active part in the management and direction of Alscot, which provides a number of commercial opportunities, farming & grazing land and residential homes.
Businesses are located within a number of unique and individual business parks, which in turn provides employment to over 1000 people. Commercial premises comprise offices, warehouses, workshops and industrial & manufacturing units, all with ample car parking and close to major road links.
The village of Preston on Stour lies on either side of the peaceful River Stour in the beautiful Warwickshire countryside. Typically traditional with a prominent Victorian architectural influence, it is here and in the adjoining villages of Atherstone on Stour and Alderminster where many of our residential properties lay.
The historic church standing proud over the village green, village shop which stocks a range of locally sourced products and village hall, home to the local pre-school nursery are all pivotal to the strong thriving community of Alscot and the local villages.
Today Alscot Park, the wonderfully preserved Rococo Gothic style house is home to Andrew and Emma Holman-West and their children. Whilst Andrew has an active role in the management of Alscot he also heads the long established family Insurance business, Holmans
in the city of London. The house is not open for public viewing but on occasions Alscot Park and Gardens open for exclusive tours. To register your interest or to enquire about TV and Film locations please contact us
The beautiful surrounding Park land is home to highland cattle, fallow deer and Jacob sheep. There are some wonderful old trees in the grounds, in particular some cedar trees, a venerable tulip tree and a sweet chestnut. The various garden beds are a riot of colour in the summer and the kitchen garden is host to some delicious produce.
to view a brief history of Alscot.