Buscot Park Faringdon
Dating from the late 18th century, Buscot Park was bought in 1850 by Australian gold prospector Robert Tertius Campbell. His ambitious plans to turn the estate into the most progressive farm of its time are still etched into the fabric of the village.
Now the family home of Lord Faringdon, both the house and grounds remain intimate and idiosyncratic despite their grand scale. Outside, there’s a modern water feature, Faux Fall, by David Harber. Inside is the Faringdon art collection and contemporary glassware by Colin Reid and Sally Fawkes.