Riverhill House was built in 1714 and in 1840 the estate became the home of the Rogers family. The interior of the small country house has panelled rooms, portraits and fascinating family mementos.
Riverhill House is surrounded by a beautiful hillside garden.
The historic garden, dominated by vast Cedars of the Lebanon, has breathtaking views over the surrounding countryside.
Many of the rare trees and shrubs were planted over 150 years ago by John Rogers, a keen plant collector.
There are rhododendrons and azaleas in a woodland setting and in the spring these shrubs, under-planted with bulbs, are a blaze of colour. In the autumn these shrubs also create superb foliage colour.
Other features include sheltered terraces and a rose walk, which provides summer colour.
An ancient trackway known as Harold's Road passes through the estate.