Properties at Bramshill House

Hampshire

Bramshill House, Hampshire

Bramshill House is a stunning Grade I Listed mansion, built in the early 17th Century, is set within a Grade II Listed park, with commanding views of the surrounding countryside. Features include majestic state rooms, stunning banquet halls, a library and two chapels. Other significant architectural features include a stone frontispiece by John Thorpe and a lake including a geometric island. The mansion is flanked on one side by Grade I Listed walled gardens, and to the other a vast, historic deer park, which is home to a mystical all-white fallow deer herd.

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* ALL ACCESS TO THE SITE IS VIA READING DRIVE SOUTH OFF BRAMSHILL ROAD – THE MAIN ENTRANCE IS NOW CLOSED *

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History of Bramshill House, Hampshire Development

Bramshill can be dated back to the Domesday Book when it was known as the estate of ‘Bromeselle’ and held by Hugh de port, a French-English Norman aristocrat. By the 14th Century the Foxley family owned the estate and in 1347 Sir Thomas Foxley, Constable of Windsor Castle, was granted permission to enclose 2,500 acres of land as a deer park at Bramshill and Hazeley.

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