About the Wentworth Estate
England's Wentworth Estate is one of Europe’s premier residential areas and home to the Wentworth Golf and Country Club, with homes in styles ranging from the ornate multi-chimney Arts and Crafts style of the early properties, through Neo-Georgian and colonial revival, to the post-modernist style seen in the recording studio at John Lennon’s nearby Tittenhurst Park.
Wentworth Estate Roads Committee
Wentworth Estate Roads Committee (WERC) maintains the estate’s physical environment and controlling new property planning and development
Wentworth Residents Association
The Wentworth Residents Association (WRA) promotes the interests of residents on the Wentworth Estate, and protects them from external threats
Wentworth’s contributions to history extend well beyond its golf courses and hush-hush Second World War army base. Other notable moments included serving as the site of the house arrest for former Chilean president General Augusto Pinochet, prior to his extradition in 1998. In more recent times the Estate has been home to a host of famous athletes, musicians, actors and entertainers, financial figures and royalty. More importantly, it is currently home to a diverse range of individuals and families, drawn to its quiet green belt environment, its beautiful residences and its curving tree lined roads.