Property Spotlight: Node Park, Codicote
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The Node is a beautiful conversion of an old manor house, set within 15 acres of stunning grounds.
The original house was built as a private country residence circa 1815, remaining in private ownership until 1947.
This 200 year old property now contains 10 luxury apartments set within a private park which has been carefully restored and enhanced.
There is a tennis court for the sole use of residents, open fields, formal Italianate gardens with original fountain and statues, natural woodland walks, including a water rock garden and a sunken garden.
The formal gardens were designed by James Pulham and Son, award-winning Victorian landscape designers who exhibited and won medals at London’s Great Exhibition of 1851 and the 1862 International Exhibition.
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The manor house had a number of distinguished owners including William Reid (1849-1867), a partner in the brewing firm of Watney, Combe & Reid and Charles Alexander Nall-Cain (1905-1926), the First Lord Brocket.
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Node Park, Hitchin Road, Codicote
Two and three-bed apartments from £675,000 to £985,000
Strutt & Parker | 01727 840285 | www.struttandparker.com