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VIDEO PRODUCTION • PHOTOGRAPHY • DESIGN


MIXED USE LAND AND AND PROPERTY RATES • SIGNIFICANT STAMP DUTY REDUCTION •


Bramshill, Hampshire - Guide O.I.E.O. £3,500,000


Moor Place Farm is a significant freehold steeped in history dating to the 15th century. Formerly the Manor House of Great Bramshill Manor, the house began as a timber framed hall in the late medieval period and it was progressively extended and developed through to the 19th century. The result is a substantial Grade 11* listed country house of several periods, culminating in extensive refurbishment and development between 1990 and today; resulting in a rare achievement where historic character and subtle contemporary fuse perfectly. Exquisite.


There are many notable historic architectural features including three massive Tudor chimney stacks, each with three separated diagonal flues on a rectangular base. Inside the house there still exists magnificent Tudor brick fireplaces with four entered arches and the original 15th century winding staircase has been preserved.


Immediately outside there is a magnificent Grade 11 listed banqueting barn dating to the 17th century, formed of six timber frame bays, with gabled projecting porch. Leading off this barn there is a wonderful gym space with shower. Adjoining the barn is a separate one bedroom flat, which is ancillary accommodation to Moor Place Farmhouse and is ideal for staff accommodation.


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