Crondall Parish is the largest parished area in Hart, spreading out around the ancient village of Crondall. The village is centered around the shop, church and school and served by three high quality pubs. The local school, nurseries and children’s playground make it extremely attractive to young families, while sheltered accommodation provides care for the older generation. Crondall is within Hart District, which in the past few years has been voted the UK’s most desirable place to live based on the quality of life.
The historic heart of the village is protected by a Conservation Area and spread throughout the village are a variety of Grade I, II and “locally listed” buildings. Within the village the Norman Church stands out as one of the best examples in southern England. The picturesque Hook Meadow supports a wide range of sports including cricket, tennis and bowls. The village nestles in a shallow valley surrounded by active farmlands. Footpaths and bridle paths reach out across the countryside providing endless opportunities for walking, horse and bicycle mounted exploration.