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Case Study: Bracken Hall, Chilworth

Bracken Hall was one of Highwoods first ventures into the conversion and extension of existing buildings. This project involved the restoration of a locally important building set amongst 100 acres of woodland and located adjacent to Stoneham Golf Course.

Bracken Hall was originally constructed as a family home in 1913 for the prominent Fleming family and was then known as Stoneham Park House. It has since also been known as Hampshire Home of Recovery (1922-1950) and Fred Woolley House (1950-1996). It was then sympathetically and tastefully converted in 2000 by Highwood to provide a variety of luxury apartments and coach houses formed around a central courtyard.

The apartments sold very swiftly off plan and further demonstrate Highwoods ability to work with buildings of historic merit.


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