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Brantridge Park

Found halfway between the villages of Handcross and Balcombe, in the beautiful Sussex countryside, this spectacular residence is ideally placed just 45 minutes from both Brighton and London. From the moment the car passes through the gates, winding through the lush meadows of Bluebells and Daffodils, you get that feeling that you are about to experience something special.

Get out of the car, breathe the air, you are stepping into a piece of British History.
The house was built in 1750 and the present Manor House in 1853. It was for many years the home of Princess Alice, Countess of Athlone and was a favourite retreat for Royalty such as Princess Beatrice, Queen Victoria, Queen Ena of Spain & Queen Sybilla of Sweden. Delightfully light and elegant, Brantridge Park sits perched in the middle of over 90 Acres of woodland and parkland.

Today Brantridge Park still retains the Elegance, Character and Charm of a bygone time, but has been tastefully converted into Luxury Apartments for holiday rentals.
The grounds were designed by Princess Alice and contain many specimen trees and shrubs giving colour all the year round. There are hidden trails and paths lining the Woods and Parkland around Brantridge Park, just waiting to be explored.


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Imagine a mansion where the British royal family spent the summer and where Princess Alice, Granddaughter of Queen Victoria, lived for 28 years. […]

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How to arrive at Brantridge

Although Brantridge is situated deep in the English countryside, it is very easy to reach from all parts of the country. […]

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