Welwyn Hatfield mansion transformed into apartments
A FORMER derelict 19th century manor house, which sits among some of the most beautiful scenery Hertfordshire has to offer, has been converted into exclusive, contemporary apartments. Essendon Hall, the former address of the golf
A FORMER derelict 19th century manor house, which sits among some of the most beautiful scenery Hertfordshire has to offer, has been converted into exclusive, contemporary apartments.
Essendon Hall, the former address of the golf clubhouse at the Hatfield London Country Club, is now hosting some of the chicest homes in Welwyn Hatfield.
With places starting at �695,000 going up to �1.5million, you would expect the very best, and developers P J Livesey has ensured that occupiers will receive just that.
Each of the dwellings have been created using incredible attention to detail, with bespoke kitchens, along with high-tech bathrooms finished with handmade materials.
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Not only this, but it's the mix of contemporary features accompanied with the long, and royal, history at the site, which makes this such a unique place.
And if you are lucky enough to purchase one, you can settle easy in your chair, overlooking the onsite golfcourse, safe in the knowledge that such former home owners including successful brewer Samuel Whitbread and former St Albans MP Lieutenant Sir Francis Fremantle, were probably in that very same position quite a few years ago.
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Plus the land the 1861 house is on was first mentioned in 1388, when a royal licence was granted to enclose 800 acres of land and stock it with deer supplying the King's Park at Waltham; so any proprietor will really feel like lord of the manor.
For more information visit www.essendonpark.co.uk
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