Courteenhall is mentioned in the Domesday book with the house being built in 1792. The Hall is a beautiful Georgian house which has changed little in appearance, retaining almost all of its original features. It is home to Anna and Johnny Wake but doubles up as an exclusive venue.
As well as the Hall, there are a large number of characterful period buildings around the Estate, many of which are available as residential homes to let. There was little woodland on the Estate until the thirteenth and fourteenth baronets began planting trees. Courteenhall is now blessed with some lovely woods and its internationally reputed arboretum.