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Hanover Grange: The Most Exclusive Private Estate In Jamaica

Monday, 12 September 2016 2143 Views 0 Comments

One of the newest additions to the world famous Tryall Club, Hanover Grange, has become one of the highest profile, privately owned villas in the Caribbean, welcoming a succession of international celebrities, politicians and business leaders as guests.

Hanover Grange features its own “Long Gallery” showcasing the work of Jamaican masters such as Barrington Watson and Albert Huie, alongside contemporary Jamaican artists. Boasting an idyllic, tranquil location commanding outstanding views and impeccable luxury detailing right down to the pillow menu from Ralph Lauren’s custom catalogue, this extraordinary villa offers an experience that is quite simply incomparable.

 

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View From The Pool

 

Hanover Grange seamlessly combines striking contemporary architecture with traditional Jamaican influence and is a true celebration of the modern day art world of this quixotic island country. Built on two levels, the main house exhibits crisp, clean, uncluttered minimalist lines that are contrasted with exquisite mahogany parquet flooring. There is a separate single level guest lodge. The master bedroom and five guest rooms are in the main house. The master bedroom features a king sized bed and a private den. Four guest rooms are fitted with king size beds and one with two queen size beds. Each en suite bathroom is finished in fine marble with walk-in showers, soaking tubs and state-of-the-art fixtures. Five of the bedrooms open onto private terraces with glorious views.

The guest lodge has 3 spacious bedrooms, each with a private en suite bathroom with shower/tub amenities. Two bedrooms have king beds and the third two double beds. A sitting room makes the lodge a wonderful escapist retreat.

 

Edna Manley Suite

Edna Manley Suite

 

Jamaican-born homeowner, Theresa Roberts and her husband Andrew built this home with Theresa’s two great passions as the guiding force – a love for Jamaica and a love of the arts – both of which are evident wherever you look within this remarkable home. The attention to detail throughout is exemplary with many flourishes and touches that delight as well as inspire.

The Long Gallery at Hanover Grange showcases and celebrates an exclusive collection of Jamaican art with works from the internationally acclaimed Barrington Watson and Albert Huie to striking contemporary pieces that capture the vibrancy of Jamaica today from the likes of Monique Lofters and Kristina Rowe.

 

Theresa Roberts

Complementing the art displayed throughout the home is an unfettered contemporary interior design that is not only elegantly chic but allows the art to take centre-stage. The grand entrance foyer features a bust from Theresa’s close personal friend Marguerita Hernandez and the main living room contains enormous wall mounted sculptures created and installed by the well-known international artist David Begbie.

The formal Dining Room can seat 30 comfortably for dinner and guests can also dine al fresco under the night sky or from a delightful Gazebo which offers spectacular views. The heated pool is comfortably separated from the house.

 

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30 Seat Dining

A new addition to Hanover Grange is a delightful Spa Gazebo built in the lush green gardens of the villa and shade by mature trees. There is a massage area as well as a private shower.

 

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Relaxing Spa Therapy

An organic garden containing fresh herbs, fruits and vegetables and vibrant tropical gardens provide every floral décor used in the villa.

 

There is a complete focus on the guests’ needs from your early morning coffee – choose from a cafétière, an Italian espresso or cappuccino or Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee – to the end of the day when you put your head on the pillow you have chosen from the pillow menu. The owners and staff have tried to anticipate and accommodate your every need.

 

Visit www.tryallclub.com to book your next luxury vacation!

 

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