DiCamillo Companion
England

Hatley Park

  • House & Family History: The core of the current house may be a house dating from between 1635 and 1641. Hatley was rebuilt by Sir Robert Cotton circa 1700, with two three-bay recessed ranges added in the mid-18th century. The additions and refittings in the neo-Georgian style date from circa 1900. Hatley Park was illustrated by Johannes Kip ("Britannia Illustrata") in 1707.

  • Garden & Outbuildings: The Park was probably created in the mid-19th century.

  • Title: Burke's & Savills Guide to Country Houses, Volume III: East Anglia
    Author: Kenworthy-Browne, John; Reid, Peter; Sayer, Michael; Watkin, David
    Year Published: 1981
    Publisher: London: Burke's Peerage
    ISBN: 0850110351
    Book Type: Hardback

  • House Listed: Grade II*

    Park Listed: Grade II

  • Current Seat / Home of: Astor family; here since 1946.

    Past Seat / Home of: Robert Cotton, early 18th century. Thomas Quintin, late 18th century. John Carberry Evans, 19th century. Ernest Hooley, late 19th century. Sir Charles Hamilton, early 20th century. Sir Arthur Black, early 20th century. Herman Lebus, mid-20th century.

    Current Ownership Type: Individual / Family Trust

    Primary Current Ownership Use: Private Home

    Ownership Details: The current owner of the house is Major Honorable J. J. Astor.

  • House Open to Public: No

    Phone: 01767-650-258

    Email: hatley.park@farming.co.uk

    Website: http://www.hatleyparkestate.co.uk

    Historic Houses Member: No