The Bromefield Estate is located in the northern part of the island, in close proximity to Port St Charles and Speightstown, providing convenient access to beaches, boating, and restaurants. Formerly owned by Sir Charles Williams, Bromefield has been operating as a stud farm in recent years. Sir Charles, a champion breeder in Barbados, used Bromefield to breed his racehorses and polo ponies. The estate, which spans 50 acres, possesses its own irrigation well, making it suitable for agricultural purposes. Bromefield House, an impressive and elegant period residence, is centrally situated within the estate, offering exceptional privacy and security. Surrounded by paddocks, mature trees, and a picturesque pond, the house is approached via a driveway adorned with Foxtail Palms and Frangipani trees. Formal gardens grace the front of the property, while a pool garden is located at the rear, and lawns extend eastward from the house, across the pond. Dating back to 1664, the house has undergone meticulous renovations, resulting in a generous 9,352 square feet of living space. The first floor comprises four bedrooms and three bathrooms, all adorned with traditional-style sash windows, hoods, and shutters. The ground floor retains many original features, including high ceilings and wooden floors. In addition to the main house, there is a guest bedroom suite, a one-bedroom guest cottage, and a two-bedroom Coach House, bringing the total accommodation to eight bedrooms and seven bathrooms. Several outbuildings, including a large barn previously used as stabling, present an opportunity for development. Additionally, situated to the south of the property, accessible via a separate driveway, are three houses—two with three bedrooms and three bathrooms, and one with four bedrooms and four bathrooms—arranged around a private swimming pool. Currently, these houses are rented on a long-term basis. Bromefield offers a rare and enticing opportunity to acquire an impressive estate that combines privacy and security, featuring an exceptional period home, all within easy reach of West Coast restaurants, beaches, golf courses, and polo fields.