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The Grange

The foremost architectural example of the Greek Revival in England.

Grange Park, Northington, Arlesford, Hampshire, SO24 9TG

The Grange columns
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The Grange Estate, situated 15 minutes east of Winchester and 60 minutes south of London, is a landed and sporting estate of approximately four thousand acres in central Hampshire in the beautiful Upper Itchen and Candover valleys.

The historic core of the Estate is Grange Park, a 600 acre landscaped park which contains The Grange, an important Grade I listed neo-classical country house.

The house is no longer occupied but provides an ideal venue for parties and wedding receptions, both within the house and outside in the gardens.

The Estate contains several miles of chalk stream running through attractive water meadows and woods, as well as two ornamental lakes set in the park.

This habitat supports an abundance of important flora and fauna and is designated environmentally significant under UK and European law, in particular, forming part of the Upper Itchen Special Area of Conservation under the latter.

Opening Times

The Grange offers venue hire and pre-booked group visits.

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This house is not part of the Free for Members scheme, but is one of many houses on our website that we support to promote their tours, weddings, filming and other commercial offerings. To see all the places you can visit as a Historic Houses member, please visit our ‘Free for Members’ listings page here. Or to find out more about how the membership scheme works and how it supports our work to protect independent heritage, visit our page here.

Group Visits

Groups are welcome by appointment.

Contact Julia Mitchell on 07813691953.

Accessibility
  • Accessible parking
Visit the house's website
for the latest information.

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