Oxhey Grange Estate Sale - 1932

Details from original Sales Brochure

Courtesy of Virginia Barber

Map showing area of 'Oxhey Grange Estate'
Ordnance Survey - Original Sales Brochure 1932
'Oxhey Grange'
Original Sales Brochure 1932
'Oxhey Grange'
Original Sales Brochure 1932
The Lodge to 'Oxhey Grange'
Original Sales Brochure 1932
Dining Room 'Oxhey Grange'
Original Sales Brochure 1932
Clock Tower ' Oxhey Grange'
Original Sales Brochure 1932
'Oxhey Grange'
Original Sales Brochure 1932
Interior View ' Oxhey Grange'
Original Sales Brochure 1932
Sales Plan 'Watford Heath'
Original Sales Brochure 1932
Houses and Cottages 'Watford Heath'
Original Sales Brochure 1932

Particulars

Lot 1

(Coloured Pink and Brown on Plan No 1)

The Beautiful Hertfordshire Freehold Estate

“Oxhey Grange Estate”

Comprising the Residential Portion of about

83 Acres entirely secluded and the Farms and Woodlands extending to a further 334 Acres of( Valuable Lands,having extensive frontages to roads and capable of early Building Development with the immediate advantage of a Station on the L.M.S. and Bakerloo Joint Railway abutting on to the Estate.

The Property is situated in the Parishes of Watford (Rural) and Bushey, within 2 miles of the Market Town of vVatford and under 1 mile from Bushey, and has unusually good travelling facilities from the Stations at Watford Junction, Watford High Street, Oxhey and Bushey, and Carpenders Park-as well as Motor Coach and Road Transport Services.

The Estate consequently is exceptionally well placed for the City Man as well as the country resident – while the Sportsman is equally well served by the Old Berkeley Hunt and other Packs–Oxhey Golf Links adjoin the Estate and West Herts, Bushey, Sandy Lodge, Moor Park and other well-known Golf Clubs are within easy reach.

THE RESIDENCE

Is ideally placed on a plateau, well screened on all sides by Plantations and the adjacent Sherwoods and Margeholes Woods, at an elevation of about 288 feet above sea level with South-West and South-East aspect for the principal rooms.  The Land slopes to the South and although nicely timbered with Firs and Specimen Trees commands charming views.

Small houses of Character and Cottages at Watford Heath

In Separate Lots

To be Sold by Auction

On THURSDAY, the 7th July, 1932

 at 2.30 p.m. (unless previously disposed of privately)

 

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  • My father-in-law Alfred Quarman used to help out with the gardening. He was an avid allotment holder and was superintendent of the allotments at the top of Lower Paddock Road and the one in Oxhey Avenue. Perhaps he helped out with the produce side of things.

    By Quarman (26/04/2020)
  • Fantastic pictures, I was never aware that such pictures existed. I remember the exterior of Oxhey Grange as I was a frequent visitor when I was 8 in 1940. The Gardener and his Wife had a flat over the stable, below was a Tack Room with the harness for ‘Rualpha’ ‘Gaydawn’ and ‘Molly’ the horses which were once ridden by Mr Absaloms Children. The stable yard also had kennels which were large, but only occupied by 2 black labradors which the Gardener allowed me to exercise at the weekends and holidays. Mr Absaloms 2 cars,Ford Convertible GPL 402 & Saloon GPL 403 were also kept there. Happy memories.

    By Arthur Hall (03/08/2012)