Blenheim extends to over 12500 acres with the Palace set in over 2000 acres of beautiful Parkland landscaped by ‘Capability’ Brown, Blenheim Palace is home to an abundance of wildlife, historical monuments, ancient woodland and rural activity.
The Estate is rich in resources with both arable and livestock farming, as well as a natural mineral water plant. Our aim is to conserve and protect the natural habitat and historic surroundings for future generations, and to do this in a sustainable and environmentally friendly manner.
Blenheim Palace has residential houses, commercial properties, workshops and barns to let.
Blenheim Palace Natural Mineral Water is part of a centuries-old tradition which began in the twelfth century when Henry II built a pleasure pool for his mistress, Rosamund Clifford, here at Blenheim Palace.