A private tour with curator Roger Vlitos
Buscot was built between 1780 and 1783 for local landowner, Edward Loveden Townsend. After various owners the estate was purchased by the Faringdon family.
At this time the house was enlarged and Harold Peto was commissioned to create the famous Italianate water garden.
The Friends will have an exclusive tour of the house with the curator Roger Vlitos, who will tell the group more about the stunning Faringdon art collection.
Within, the house guests will see paintings by world-renowned artists such as Rembrandt, Burne-Jones and Rossetti.
There is also a fine collection of furniture and decorative arts. As this is a private visit the tickets will be limited.
To book your place email Friends Director Anne Green at email@example.com or call 020 7581 5259