Just imagine... Country pursuits and urban sophistication
Welcome to life at Bramshott Place
Want the best of both worlds? Well, you’ve found the right place. Welcome to a world where stunning rural locations sit harmoniously alongside urban sophistication; where choice, and the freedom to live life to the full can be found in abundance. You’ll soon be calling Hampshire’s outstanding natural beauty home; and not just any home – our elegant cottage and apartment homes offer a very special way of life. But away from the rolling hills, vibrant city life awaits – excellent transport connections put bustling cosmopolitan cities within easy reach.
The best of town and country…
Bramshott Place enjoys an enviable location, that allows you to switch between town and country at a moment’s notice. With the South Downs National Park virtually on your doorstep, there’s a real sense of space and freedom that is palpable to all who spend time in the area.
If you like your time in the countryside to go with more of a swing, the whole area is a golfer’s paradise with excellent courses at Liphook and Hindhead. Alternatively, if your approach to nature is more relaxed, the Champneys and Grayshott health spas are both nearby.
Craving some hustle and bustle? Convenient village shopping less than half a mile away in Liphook, and just a short drive further are the vibrant centres of Winchester, Guildford and Haslemere. Bramshott Place is very well connected, trains from Liphook station can get you to London in just over an hour.
A place of local legend...
There was a manor and estate at Bramshott at the time of Domesday. By the late 16th Century, John Hooke, a wealthy cloth merchant, purchased the estate and built a splendid Tudor mansion for him and his family. When he died in 1640, he was succeeded by his son Henry. In 1850, the estate was owned by the Earle family and many of the original buildings were demolished and a new house, known as Bramshott Grange, was built. Between 1921 and 1982, the house became the King George Hospital – but this site has since been redeveloped. To this day, the original Tudor gatehouse still stands in splendid isolation. With its beautifully carved brickwork and intricate detailing, it’s a proud monument to a colourful history; a little reminder of what went before and it certainly makes the village feel like a very special place.
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